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#1 +techbeck

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 17:20

The Android L developers’ preview may have been released yesterday, but unless you own a Nexus 5 or Nexus 7 2013 you likely weren’t able to get in on the flashing fun. Thankfully not all hope is lost for everyone to get a bit of a taste of Android L goodness.

 

XDA member ivan123 decided to dig into his full system dump and pull out all of the juicy bits, including apps, wallpapers, and even the new Android boot animation. Some of these goods can only be installed using flashable .zip files, some are standard APKs, and some aren’t meant to be flashed at all. Here’s a full list of each:

 

Apps, APKs and flashables

More....

http://phandroid.com...pps-wallpapers/




#2 +warwagon

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 17:26

I wonder how long it will take it to make it into cyanogenmod.

 

Those packs sounds like a great way to turn your phone unstable. Maybe if I get the S4 off eBay and have my s3 lying around i'll try it. I've tried some 4.4.3 / 4.4.4 roms all were pretty unstable.

 

Now i'm using a Cyanogenmod 4.4.2 and everything is going good.



#3 OP +techbeck

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Posted 27 June 2014 - 17:28

I wonder how long it will take it to make it into cyanogenmod

 

Cyanogenmod always waits for the official/final release from Google.  However, lots do unofficial CM ROMs and I am sure those will be pretty soon.



#4 david

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Posted 30 June 2014 - 07:18

You can always revert. My Nexus has 0 issues on any 4.4.4 ROM.

Question, why do you have a S3 if you're going to flash CM anyways? Why not a Nexus? Unless you really like the looks of it...

#5 Yusuf M.

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Posted 03 July 2014 - 10:16

I wonder how long it will take it to make it into cyanogenmod.

 

Those packs sounds like a great way to turn your phone unstable. Maybe if I get the S4 off eBay and have my s3 lying around i'll try it. I've tried some 4.4.3 / 4.4.4 roms all were pretty unstable.

 

Now i'm using a Cyanogenmod 4.4.2 and everything is going good.

http://www.cyanogenm...-l-is-for-later