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19th August 2014, 10:15 AM   |  #1  
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hi
i have a s4 i9500 global edition . and i received the latest update on OTA 4.4.2 .
is there any way to install 4.4.4 android for galaxy s4 google play edition on my device.
note : my device not rooted its still on orginal condition
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19th August 2014, 12:27 PM   |  #2  
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Any one replay please
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Any one replay please

no its not possible .. google edition runs on different hardware most we can hope for is a port
19th August 2014, 04:45 PM   |  #4  
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hi
i have a s4 i9500 global edition . and i received the latest update on OTA 4.4.2 .
is there any way to install 4.4.4 android for galaxy s4 google play edition on my device.
note : my device not rooted its still on orginal condition

the i9500 has a different chipset than the google play edition s4 so we don't have the same aosp sources that's why roms like cm and pa are still a little buggy cause we are using a custom device tree made by a developer. The closest you can get to a stock android feel is by flashing cm which woulkd require you to root your phone
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hi
i have a s4 i9500 global edition . and i received the latest update on OTA 4.4.2 .
is there any way to install 4.4.4 android for galaxy s4 google play edition on my device.
note : my device not rooted its still on orginal condition

youre posting in the wrong forum... unless you made it, post this in q/a forum!
20th August 2014, 08:24 PM   |  #6  
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the i9500 has a different chipset than the google play edition s4 so we don't have the same aosp sources that's why roms like cm and pa are still a little buggy cause we are using a custom device tree made by a developer. The closest you can get to a stock android feel is by flashing cm which woulkd require you to root your phone

mmm what is best room i can flash it its like the pure edition of kitkat , cuz the official rooms is too slow and consumes the whole capacity of ram
???
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mmm what is best room i can flash it its like the pure edition of kitkat , cuz the official rooms is too slow and consumes the whole capacity of ram
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I would recommend cm11 since it is almost stock

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