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Android L will be able to support 64-bit architecture


Google announced earlier today that a new Android L developer preview emulator image is now available. The search giant says that the preview is now able to support 64-bit apps and asks developers to consider making apps for this architecture. “Developers, start your 64-bit engines. The x86 64-bit Android L developer preview emulator image is now available,” Google announced earlier. The company ...

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Android L is now available on the HTC One (M7) as well

Ever since the Android L preview was released at the end of June more and more developers have tried their hand at making it available on a wide range of devices. Initially, the alpha build could only be tested on the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) with the Nexus 4 to follow earlier this month. Now the developer team at XDA ...

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OnePlus One and HTC One M8 will get Android L around the same time

Smartphone owners are not the only ones eager to test out Android L, a lot of manufacturers are also just as excited to see their products equipped with the latest version of the operating system. OnePlus recently confirmed that their highly sought after OnePlus One handset will receive Android L within three months after the final build is released by Google. ...

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Nexus 5 gets increased battery life thanks to Android L

Android L will help increase Google’s Nexus 5 battery life by at least 36 percent according to a new report. As some of you might be aware, each version of Android focuses on a specific aspect of the operating system that needs to be improved. The current KitKat version has something called Project Svelte, an attempt at making the OS run on just 512 MB ...

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Android L developer preview available for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7

Rumors about Android 5.0 Lollipop have been floating around since the beginning of the year, but at the I/O conference, Google presented the next version of their operating system only as Android L. While they didn’t want to reveal the full name just yet, they did make a very interesting announcement regarding the operating system. The company released a developer preview (or ...

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