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  • Last Activity: 7th November 2014 12:48 AM
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Man, you guys are getting upset over nothing. Check out this Reddit post. It sums up everything pretty much perfectly. Those are some very legitimate concerns for updates. The Nexus 4 has a more popular processor in it, by a company that ...
And how might one accomplish that? Sent from my Nexus 7 using xda app-developers app Here's the link to DataSync: Play Store...
These threads have to stop. This is nothing more than a wisp of a rumor, with no sources. Sure there's the Android Authority page, but they don't really have anything remotely solid on this.
I do not like being an early adopter. I stick to what works until the new stuff is hashed out. It works fine. Google tests it pretty extensively and it's good deal better than 4.2.2.
Why? Because by the time this new device (Which may, or may not be a Nexus) comes out you'll have been using an awesome tablet for six months that will still have a better screen, processor, and more expensive parts?