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Google Swats A Bunch More Bugs In Android L, Including An Issue Interfering With Tethering, Due Out In 'The Next Public Release'

Google Swats A Bunch More Bugs In Android L, Including An Issue Interfering With Tethering, Due Out In 'The Next Public Release'

Google is making the best of allowing enthusiasts and 3rd-party developers early access to the next release of Android, and the result will be a less buggy release when L finally hits the grand stage. While new issues are reported each day, there's a lot of progress showing up on the Issue Tracker. Just yesterday, a burst of 18 bugs were marked as 'fixed,' following a 2-week gap without any obvious activity.

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This Is The Motorola Nexus 6: A 5.9" QHD Display, 3200mAh+ Battery, Dual Front-Facing Speakers, And More

This Is The Motorola Nexus 6: A 5.9" QHD Display, 3200mAh+ Battery, Dual Front-Facing Speakers, And More

If you've been keeping up with any tech blogs over the past couple of weeks, you know that the next Nexus phone has been a hot topic. We saw rumored specs and rumored hardware photos that only added to the confusion created back when we first reported on a possible 5.9" Nexus. Today, however, we have something special to share. We've been provided with new information about the next Nexus phone, and can confirm that it will be a 5.9" device called the Nexus 6.

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Project Ara Will Run A Modified Version Of Android L That Supports Hot-Swapping All Modules Except For CPU And Screen

Project Ara Will Run A Modified Version Of Android L That Supports Hot-Swapping All Modules Except For CPU And Screen

Project Ara seems like the sort of thing that could never in a zillion years work, but Google is committed to giving it a shot. After bringing Motorola's ATAP in-house, the company has forged ahead on Project Ara. Now project head Paul Eremenko has offered up a few new details of how Ara will work. Basically, the phone can be taken apart while it's on.

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Redesigned Today Calendar App Hits The Play Store Looking Android L-ed Up

Redesigned Today Calendar App Hits The Play Store Looking Android L-ed Up

When Today Calendar first launched into the Play Store nearly half a year ago, it already looked pretty spiffy. But then Google I/O happened and the Big G showed off how different the next version of Android will look. Since then, developer Jack Underwood and Android Police's own Liam Spradlin have brought in a sweeping set of UI changes inspired by Google's new design guidelines. This isn't exactly what Android L apps will look like, but it's a good taste until they actually arrive.

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Multiple Google Employees Are Using Android L On The Nexus 4

Multiple Google Employees Are Using Android L On The Nexus 4

Nexus 4 owners, don't lose hope. Though your 2012 Google phone was cruelly looked over for the developer preview builds of Android L (along with everything that wasn't a Nexus 7 2013 or Nexus 5), sharp-eyed Google+ users have spotted two different Google employees posting on the Chromium section of code.google.com claiming to use the Nexus 4 with Android L. Check out this entry from a contributor with a Chromium.org email address, explicitly using the "LRW52G" build of Android on his or her N4.

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[APK Teardown] Google Play Services 6.1 Contains Proximity Unlock, Device-2-Device Account Transfer, New Authorization Techniques, And So Much More

[APK Teardown] Google Play Services 6.1 Contains Proximity Unlock, Device-2-Device Account Transfer, New Authorization Techniques, And So Much More

A couple of days ago, Google began rolling out the latest version of its Play services apk to the massive audience of Android users around the world. This is a particularly special release for developers because it finally expands coverage of the Google Fit Preview SDK to those who either don't have a Nexus 5 or 2013 Nexus 7, or simply aren't willing to flash the last L Preview firmware onto them.

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14 Bugs Closed In Android L Preview, Including The AT&T/T-Mobile MMS Error, To Be Patched In 'The Next Public Release'

14 Bugs Closed In Android L Preview, Including The AT&T/T-Mobile MMS Error, To Be Patched In 'The Next Public Release'

It's been over two months since Google gave Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 owners a chance to tinker with the upcoming L release of Android, in what has been the biggest beta test in Android's short history. With all of us waiting on a release sometime in the fourth quarter of 2014, it's gratifying to know that the powers that be are hard at work getting Android L ready for primetime.

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"LMP" - Lemon Meringue Pie - Looking More And More Likely As The Official Name For Android L [Update: NOPE]

"LMP" - Lemon Meringue Pie - Looking More And More Likely As The Official Name For Android L [Update: NOPE]

Update, 10-15-14: yeah, looks like we were wrong. Despite the "LMP" tags below, Android L (which is definitely 5.0) is codenamed "Lollipop." Lemon Meringue Pie did get something of a shout-out in Google's cheeky dramatization of the name reveal, though.

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We've been wondering what the codename for the "L" release of Android would be ever since KitKat was revealed, and today it looks like we've got more evidence in support of "Lemon Meringue Pie."

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Dropbox 2.4.3 Update Fixes Android L Preview Compatibility, Adds In-App Previews Of Microsoft Office Files, And More

Dropbox 2.4.3 Update Fixes Android L Preview Compatibility, Adds In-App Previews Of Microsoft Office Files, And More

The latest Dropbox update should give early adopters of the Android L preview something to smile about. This release addresses the showstopping compatibility issue that has thus far plagued the app, so users should now be able to use the cloud storage app on their pre-release mobile operating system of choice without experiencing an instant crash.

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Reddit News Beta Updated To v7 With A Material Design Makeover

Reddit News Beta Updated To v7 With A Material Design Makeover

The latest app to take the bold step into a Material Design world is the popular Reddit client Reddit News, but only in the Play Store beta so far. Unlike some apps that claim to be implementing Material Design, Reddit News is doing more than slapping a floating action button (FAB) in the same old app.

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