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  1. I own a Nexus 7, I picked it up in March this year, £100 from a well known retailer, 32gb storage, introduced with Android 4.1.2, interesting bootloader. Over the year I have tested it out with several wireless routers to check performance, due to wireless congestion in the location that I live. Openwrt works best by the way, but that's a story for another time. Google released Lollipop factory images for the Nexus 4, and the Nexus 7 2012, lets call it Nakasi from now on, it's far less words Installing it is a case of grabbing the factory image from https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images making sure you have a working fastboot and adb, unlocking the bootloader, run the shell script, and locking the bootloader afterwards. Within the first hour, the stock launcher has crashed, the setup process is meant to find updates before you add your account details, it doesn't, your device is not encrypted automatically, new devices only apparently, and it's still running the same kernel version it was released with 2 years ago, 3.1.10... Other than that, Lollipop is pretty different, battery life is the same as KitKat, and quite a few applications in the Play Store are incompatible for unknown reasons. And I can now make calls using the hangouts dialer?
  2. LG chose Poland as the first country to receive their Lollipop build for the G3, probably because they have a large software team based there. Luckily, due to the way LG customise their firmwares, the currently available build (the latest at the time of writing being build V20a) works perfectly well on any other European specification (D855) G3 phones. More information, including a review of Lollipop on the G3, will follow shortly.
  3. In what some might think an unusual move, LG have become the first major handset manufacturer to release a Lollipop upgrade for one of their existing phone models.LG chose Poland as the first country to receive their Lollipop build for the G3, probably because they have a large software team based there. Luckily, due to the way LG customise their firmwares, the currently available build (the latest at the time of writing being build V20a) works perfectly well on any other European specification (D855) G3 phones. More information, including a review of Lollipop on the G3, will follow shortly. Click here to view the news