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[Q] Official ROM updates?

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SnZ

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Hi,

is there chance to check for updates form official Google ROM when i will change it to another?

I don't mean update, just check like some site or changelog what has been officially fixed/added etc.


Thanks
 

simms22

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Hi,

is there chance to check for updates form official Google ROM when i will change it to another?

I don't mean update, just check like some site or changelog what has been officially fixed/added etc.


Thanks

no.
no one will know until google releases it. you can check aosp source code for fixes, as itll be the same fixes as google adds(mostly).
 
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simms22

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no. thats a finished product until they release another update. you wont/can see whats in the update until its released. then theres aosp. google puts all the current finished fixes into aosp as the code gets finished. you can always check aosp for changes. asop is on android 4.4.2 revision 2 right now, official google android 4.4.2 is on revision 1.
 
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    Hi,

    is there chance to check for updates form official Google ROM when i will change it to another?

    I don't mean update, just check like some site or changelog what has been officially fixed/added etc.


    Thanks

    no.
    no one will know until google releases it. you can check aosp source code for fixes, as itll be the same fixes as google adds(mostly).
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    no. thats a finished product until they release another update. you wont/can see whats in the update until its released. then theres aosp. google puts all the current finished fixes into aosp as the code gets finished. you can always check aosp for changes. asop is on android 4.4.2 revision 2 right now, official google android 4.4.2 is on revision 1.