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[Deal Alert] Unlocked New AT&T LG G2 32GB On eBay For $209.99, Tax Only In CA

The G3 may be LG's favorite child at the moment, but the G2 remains a compelling piece of hardware. Anyone in the market for one would do well to take a glance over at eBay, where unlocked AT&T models with 32GB of storage are going for $209.99 with free shipping, and the only people who have to pay taxes are those living in California. These are new units discounted to a lower price than refurbished ones went for back in August.

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Color options are simple. You have your choice of black or white, whichever neutral tone tickles your fancy more.

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Worries Over Snapdragon 810 Overheating Are Overblown, Says LG

There have been rumors in recent weeks that Qualcomm's new 64-bit Snapdragon 810 was running so hot that OEMs were considering different chips. There was even a report from Bloomberg yesterday that claimed Samsung had decided not to use the 810 in any of the Galaxy S6 variants. Now LG is chiming in to pour some cold water on such speculation. LG's vice president for mobile product planning says there's no problem with the 810.

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[Update: 5.0.2 For Nexus 10] [Flash All The Things] Lollipop Nexus OTA ZIP File Roundup

Of our many jobs here at Android Police, one is to make our readers' lives easier when we can. With that in mind, here's a roundup of every known Nexus Lollipop OTA. As new ones become available, this post will be updated accordingly.

Lollipop will be released to Nexus 4, 5, 7 (2012 and 2013), and 10, plus bugfix OTAs to Nexus 6 and 9. As I'm sure you've guessed, there will be plenty of files to be had.

Nexus 9 Issues

Update: For those of you who had issues with applying the LRX21L > LRX21Q update, that was a screw up on Google's part.

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Team Win Recovery Project Reaches Version 2.8.4, Comes To The Moto 360 And LG G Watch R [Update: Oppo N3, Too]

Update: Oppo N3 owners can now fire up TWRP as well. A recovery image for the device has appeared over on the site, where it awaits your fastbooting commands.

So you've never heard of the Team Win Recovery Project? Then you probably haven't been flashing many custom ROMs to your Android devices. This custom recovery, affectionately known as TWRP, is a favorite among enthusiasts for doing precisely that. Now version 2.8.4 has rolled out, bringing with it the kind of improvements that will only appeal to people who like to get their hands dirty.

With the latest release, you can flash boot and recovery images through the graphical interface by navigating to the Install page and hitting the Images button.

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Verizon Rolls Out Update To LG G2 With Advanced Calling 1.0 Improvements, LTE Data Roaming, And More

Verizon is sending out an update to the LG G2 with a number of tweaks and improvements, not all of which are new. Software build VS98027A mostly revolves around changes to Verizon's Advanced Calling 1.0 VoLTE system, but shares a number of features with VS98026A, which was a much more minor update.

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[Update: Android One Nightlies, T-Mobile G3 (D851) Added] CyanogenMod Adds Official Support For Android One, Nexus 6, International LG G3 (D855)

Just a day after pushing Lollipop nightlies to over 30 devices for the first time, CyanogenMod has now added more devices to the fray: the gambit of Android One phones, the LG G3 D855 (international), and the Nexus 6. Android One devices, owing to the control over software and hardware that Google has in that program, share a single ROM under codename "sprout."

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For now, the Android One builds are experimental. We have been told that nightlies will be on the way within days from now. Unofficial builds on XDA Developers are stable as it is, so there likely won't be too many problems getting things smoothed out for CyanogenMod.

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LG G Flex 2 Will Be A Vodafone Exclusive For 6 Weeks At Launch In The UK

More details have started pouring in regarding the newly announced LG G Flex 2's availability. Yesterday, Sprint, AT&T, and U.S Cellular confirmed that they would be carrying the phone, with Sprint getting the "Volcano Red" color exclusive. But if you live on the other side of the pond and you're itching to get that curvy bendy phone in your hands, you should know that it will be a Vodafone exclusive for the first 6 weeks of its launch in the UK. As for the plans,

Following LG’s announcement on the launch of the New LG G Flex 2, I just wanted to let you know that it’s exclusively available on the Vodafone network for 6 weeks from launch.

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AT&T, Sprint & U.S. Cellular To Offer The LG G Flex 2 Soon, Volcano Red Color Coming Exclusively To Sprint

Update: U.S. Cellular will carry the LG G Flex 2 too this spring. No more details at this time.

Hot on the heels of its official announcement at CES, US carriers have started unveiling their plans to offer the LG G Flex 2 on their networks.

The phone, which features Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 processor, a 13MP camera with OIS and laser autofocus, in a 5.5" bendable body with a self-healing back, will be available sometime in Q1 2015 on Sprint. The operator will exclusively sell the "Volcano Red" color, and the phone will be able to take advantage of Sprint's 2.5GHz LTE network. 

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[CES 2015] Hands-On With The LG G Flex 2 - Faster, Better, And... Smaller?

LG's just announced the G Flex 2 here at CES, and we had a chance to go hands-on with the company's next curvy smartphone. First, though, let's get the technical bits out in front.

The G Flex 2 is one of the first officially announced phones from a major manufacturer to have a Snapdragon 810 processor, an octa-core chip in ARM's BIG.little arrangement, with 4 high-power cores offering speed when you need it, and four lower-power cores suited for standby tasks and other low-overhead operations. What's interesting about this chip is that it's something of a steppingstone - instead of using a proprietary Qualcomm CPU core, it's using an ARM reference design.

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[Wear Compare] The Strengths And Weaknesses Of All The First-Generation Android Wear Devices

In just a few months, it will be the one-year anniversary of Android Wear's announcement (March 18th). Since the first two official Android-powered watches were released at I/O 2014, we've seen half a dozen total watches running Android Wear, each with its own pros and cons. These devices run the gamut from kind of ugly to truly gorgeous. A new wave of watches will be upon us in the coming year, but the current ones are still a great way to get into wearables. In fact, I bet there will be some solid discounts on these devices in the not too distant future.

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