Discussion in 'Tablets and Smart Phones' started by AndreasGuido, Jun 26, 2014.
Ive just installed it! Playing around with it, has anybody else tried it yet?
What you got it running on ?
Need more info on this. Post some links.
It sonly avaialble for Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 at the momemt, took me less than 10 minutes to install it.
Download image from here
Instructions how to flash image
Its running quite good, havent had much time to play with it. It has messed up facebook app a little bit tho, when you click on comments, background is transparent and hard to read
Yeah I'm running it on my N5 -- it's decent. The preview is obviously unfinished in some areas as some of the tabs still have the old look. Scrolling is way faster and I feel like the battery life has improved. I love the quick toggles and I like the new lock screen (they removed lockscreen widgets).
Hopefully they'll keep updating the preview throughout the year until release. I get my G Watch next week, I can't wait to play around with it.
Does the Nexus 5 have to be rooted in order to install Android L?
Wondering the same thing....
Looks like not....
No, you can flash the system image.
Is it me being retarded or have they removed Google Music navigation from the locked screen? Its annoying that i need to unlock my phone everytime i want to skip song!
Battery life improvements certainly look promising: http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2014...ta-we-put-android-l-through-our-battery-test/
I have tried it out; liked the overall feel of it and the look, however ran into an issue with some hardware overlays (which can be fixed! but requires you to enable dev. options). Other than that didn't really have any problems. Battery life was also pretty great, but personally do not recommend it as a daily driver (yet!)
Got a few problems making phone calls..... something like "call not sent" any of you have this?
nah nothing like that. Pretty much agree with Derragon, might revert it back to kit kat and wait until official release!
If you have a Nexus 4 you can try it as well now
Nexus 4 Port
Can't wait for the full release. But for now I am going to pass on installing it.
It's preview software, there's gonna be bugs. Google even warned that the code is not even close to stable yet.
Really love the new animations.
Saw on XDA there are some updated builds out of this.
Also for those who cant get L try out the Herathon theme for CM11 theme engine, its on XDA and its really nice.
It's the same build with FIT support. There are no changes.
Facecook app has been updated and doesnt have transparent background for comments anymore. So far so good. Battery life is definitely improved a little bit.
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