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Not true. Wiping cache and dalvik in recovery causes it
That's mine and many others personal experience. Wipe davlik. Reloads the apps base and not folder structure. . .

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i flashed the modified kernel in the first post but didn't notice any change .

just i nee confirm if the dt2w is working or not because the trickster MOD could not deduct the feature .

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Hey guys,

just to give u official news about Android L,
the Google developer Rich Hyndman said that a new version of Android L is improbable!
Maybe some new features like an 64-bit emulator will be released, but even unsure.
So there is no official final-statement, but I think this is quiet clear at all.

Sorry but hear only is a german source, but google translator surly can help :P
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Makes sense I think... google mainly did this so that apps can be worked on by devs in preperation for the main 5.0 release. Especially since ART is becoming mainstream.

I don't think google has a shortage of internal testers for the actual OS
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Makes sense I think... google mainly did this so that apps can be worked on by devs in preperation for the main 5.0 release. Especially since ART is becoming mainstream.

I don't think google has a shortage of internal testers for the actual OS
I agree and I disagree.

MS also don't have shortage on internal testers, but they release beta and previews to have a broader audience on test builds.
Apple followed and began releasing betas too.
Ubuntu and Linux in general couldn't live without betas.
I think that Google needs to step up on this, in order to produce better final releases.

I don't count a single android release that hasn't annoying bugs (also Google takes ages to fix them, when they fix them at all).
We Nexus users rely on custom stuff, but it wouldn't hurt an Android release solid from the start.





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Can you tell me what the solution is? I'm having the same issue.. flashed SuperSU and have busybox installed and update but can't get TiBu to get root access..
Are you using the beta releases of tibu?

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I agree and I disagree.

MS also don't have shortage on internal testers, but they release beta and previews to have a broader audience on test builds.
Apple followed and began releasing betas too.
Ubuntu and Linux in general couldn't live without betas.
I think that Google needs to step up on this, in order to produce better final releases.

I don't count a single android release that hasn't annoying bugs (also Google takes ages to fix them, when they fix them at all).
We Nexus users rely on custom stuff, but it wouldn't hurt an Android release solid from the start.
I agree but I also find that even if this beta L is not bad, I use every day and are convinced that google will close the final version perfectly
 
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I am using as daily driver with my self-built RACER_L kernel that is working very well. I have posted it earlier in the thread.
 
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I agree but I also find that even if this beta L is not bad, I use every day and are convinced that google will close the final version perfectly
I'm not so concerned with Google's execution as I am with developers having a stable enough release to iron out their own bugs. No doubt this release is rock solid for being this early on the 5.0 iteration, however I have already heard reports from developers that many of their bugs are from bugs in the system. This brings them to an impasse. Meanwhile, if Google plans to release a 64-bit architecture that is something else entirely. Bottom line is this, I hope they give their developers what they need to be successful. Google is pretty good on the team-play, but betas is one area they need to step it up.
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I'm not so concerned with Google's execution as I am with developers having a stable enough release to iron out their own bugs. No doubt this release is rock solid for being this early on the 5.0 iteration, however I have already heard reports from developers that many of their bugs are from bugs in the system. This brings them to an impasse. Meanwhile, if Google plans to release a 64-bit architecture that is something else entirely. Bottom line is this, I hope they give their developers what they need to be successful. Google is pretty good on the team-play, but betas is one area they need to step it up.
I certainly hope so too ...

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