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Yeah… Google Now Launcher is available for Nexus or Google Play edition devices with Android 4.4 (KitKat) now. This is very useful for users that use Google Now a lot. Just swipe right to access Google Now cards from your primary home screen. Just say “Ok Google” to trigger voice input when you are on your home screen. Faster search and easy access to Google apps like Gmail, YouTube and Maps. Finally, a new intuitive wallpaper picker to enjoy…

Google Now Launcher


Dual boot is not new in Samsung Galaxy devices. Same apply to multi boot on Google Nexus devices. However, I did not try it until now. We can do so thanks to MultiROM. Boot lot of Android ROM no matter stock, AOSP, Ubuntu Touch, Plasma Active, Bohdi Linux or WebOS port. You can also boot from USB drive via OTG cable. Isn’t that great? The easiest way to install – via MultiROM Manager application. Or manual installation which requires you to install MultiROM, modified TWRP recovery and patched kernel. And I believe that Nexus 5 version should come soon too.

MultiROM for Nexus 4 & Nexus 7 (2013)


Busy… Busy… Busy… I still did not manage to install Android 4.4 KitKat OTA Update. And there are Android 4.4 KitKat Factory Image for Nexus 4, 5, 7 (2013) and 10 now. So if you want to have a fresh start of your Nexus devices with KitKat. You can download these factory images and install. Else as usual, wait for OTA update. Can’t wait to enjoy all the new features from Android 4.4.

Android 4.4 KitKat Factory Image


Google Nexus 4 is running smoothly on stock settings. However, it can be better by using custom kernel. Motley kernel for Nexus 4 is one of the custom kernels out there that you can try. Here are a few highlights of Motley kernel ~ CPU overclocking, voltage control, screen colour and gamma control. Of course, there are more useful features. Just take your time to explore them one by one.

motley kernel for Nexus 4
_motley kernel for LG Nexus 4


What is the point of installing custom kernel on Google Nexus 4? Stability, energy savings and have all improvements with minimum user interaction are some of the reasons that you should try intersectRaven Kernel for Nexus 4. Unlike other custom kernel for Nexus 4, intersectRaven Kernel does support CPU overclock and undervolt. But it does have useful features like GPU optimizations, screen colour tweaks by default, sound control and lot of improvements that too technical for me.

intersectRaven Kernel for LG Nexus 4


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