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# 135077 13-Nov-2013 16:01
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and I am freakin excited to get it on my Nexus 7 (2013) flo!

https://twitter.com/Android/status/400441100436918272

Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013) and Nexus 10 first to see the rollout.




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  # 933270 13-Nov-2013 16:07
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Was just about to share the great news myself . Can't wait !!!! Android rocks!

http://phandroid.com/2013/11/12/nexus-ota-android-44-kitkat/

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  # 934131 14-Nov-2013 22:10
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And the little Nexus 4 waits......




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  # 934169 15-Nov-2013 06:58
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And a HTC One waits......

There was a promising tweet from LlabTooFeR a couple of days ago claiming HTC One Google Edition rom was almost finished and that the sense version was in early test stage so here's hoping to see some KitKat goodness real soon


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  # 934182 15-Nov-2013 08:24
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I just got it on my Nexus 7 Flo.

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  # 934257 15-Nov-2013 10:29
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Lucky. I'm still waiting for my OTA update :)

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  # 934290 15-Nov-2013 10:54
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nothing yet for me.
qq.



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  # 934319 15-Nov-2013 11:42
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phantomdb: And the little Nexus 4 waits......

Not really - if you're feeling brave enough, you can download it from developers.google.com and flash it.

Maybe later on today if I get the time...  :-)


 
 
 
 


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  # 934941 16-Nov-2013 16:14
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still nothing here for my N7 2012 wifi but i did d/l the 4.4 .zip if I have to wait much longer I'm going to just flash it myself and be done with it

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  # 934969 16-Nov-2013 17:58
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i flashed my 2012 n7.  quite a disappointment until sideloading the google experience launcher tho.  chrome sucks bigtime on 4.4 for some reason or another.

might do the 4g n7 tomorrow....

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  # 935213 17-Nov-2013 14:02
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thanks for the thoughts azzaj I couldn't give a toss about chrome though I stopped using it when it wouldn't allow me to install adobe flash so I switched to FF instead

and still no OTA yet I'd love to know what the heck has happened at google as 4.3 came out really fast I'd only owned my N7 for a week and it updated lickity split when 4.3 was released I think someone's forgotten to turn on the tap

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  # 935281 17-Nov-2013 18:03
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The dialler in KitKat is superb. Typing the name of a business, selecting it to initiate a call is really impressive.

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  # 936487 18-Nov-2013 10:25
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I am annoyed nothing has been announced for the LG G2

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  # 936499 18-Nov-2013 10:58
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phantomdb: And the little Nexus 4 waits......



This.....


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  # 936506 18-Nov-2013 11:05
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Still waiting for the little notification on my Nexus 7 (2013)!!!

Tempted to do it the manual way...

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  # 936507 18-Nov-2013 11:06
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I am beginning to think the announcement from Google re OTA updates to 4.4 are a lie




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