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20th July 2014, 04:58 AM |#101  
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how about we stop silly speculations and wait for an official announcement from LG closer to the official "L" launch.
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20th July 2014, 05:38 AM |#102  
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The g2 doesnt even officially have 4.4.4 and i dont see lg updating this device to L. Just my two cents.

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Yeah all android L is currently is a buggy dev preview. It will make its official debute on the n6 in late october. Also the L is just a codename. Not the official name.

What I was saying though is that the source code isn't fully released.

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As long as i have the aosp based L, then i wont complain.But thats a sure thing, isnt that? The only thing i worry about is when i can get a camera as good as that of stock on AOSP based roms.

other than that, i dont care. AOSP is definitely faster and smoother.Though some good functions are missed.
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