The Google+ Photos enhancements that were announced last week were already available on the web, and they have now been added to the Android app as well.
Auto-backup is added in the update to automatically backup user’s photos taken on their phone to the cloud, of course with permission. Snapseed features are also included.
I noticed that after the last upgrade of the play store that some of my apps auto updated. I never allow an app to auto update. Tonight I went in and virtually every app is set to auto update. Did anyone else notice this? Or am I going crazy?
Is there a way to set only certain apps to auto update on 4.3 or am i just stuck having to update all apps that i dont use? Before the 4.1 update I was able to do it. Now I only see the option to update all apps automatically. I'd rather not have to update the bloatware I don't even use.
- Auto update apps
- Only update when on wifi
- wifi sleep policy: always
And the questions:
1. Will it update completely automatically or do I need to assist? If automatically - is there some periodic attempts for doing so, or what triggers the update?
2. If I "update all" manually and phone sleeps - the downloadings stop. Why's that?
The Google Play Edition of the LG G Pad 8.3 is starting to receive the Android 4.4.2 update. According to a reader over at Droid Life, the 8-inch near-Nexus tablet is receiving the update sized at 52MB. The update “improves performance and stability and bug fixes.” On the surface, there are no major user interface changes.
Nexus device owners received Android 4.2.2 last week, and now the Google Play Edition of the HTC One is getting the update as well.
HTCDev also posted the framework support files (468.4MB) for the new build— if you’re not comfortable flashing anything to your phone, you might be better off waiting for the OTA update.
does anyone know what's the best practice to deploy an enterprise application?
Our solution involve an Android client that can be used only by our customers and each customer can have different version running, we want to push (per user) intent to auto-update the app at a specific version, so we want to develop a sort of custom marketplace that can keep track of wich version an user has and updat