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[Q] Android L and the LG G2?

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Default [Q] Android L and the LG G2?

I would like to know if anybody is working on porting the dev preview. I have it running on my Nexus 4 and its is perfectly stable and honestly I would go as far as to say good enough for a daily driver.
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Still has some problems like app compatibility and a few quirky bugs like MMS failing while connected to WiFi but overall I've heard it was pretty fast and battery efficient.

At this point I haven't heard or seen anything released outside of themes.
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There really isn't much point porting the Dev preview as there are still quite a few quirks that would probably just become worse with a port. I can't see a developer wanting to spend time porting a rom that really isn't meant as a daily driver even on the devices it's designed for. It would be tough to figure out if a bug is caused by code in the preview build itself, or the ported code.

Unfortunately, you'll probably have to wait until the final release of L for developers to port it (and even then it may take time to iron out the bugs)
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