As said earlier and again today the Android L is definitely not meant for daily drive as its still a beta. Though the new version of Android came up with some completely redesigned User-Interface of notification drawer, settings, lockscreen, headsup notification and other under the hood tweaks but the bugs in the preview keeps the daily thing away. Don’t know the reason why my favorite game Dots isn’t running on Android L. Is that a bug or because of ART, which is a default runtime in Android L. And the apps I prefer the most the Tasker and Xposed Frameworks are incompatible with the Android L. Tasker may fix the issues prevailed but Xposed Frameworks, the monster may or may not make its way into Android L as it is all set to Dalvik runtime. Most of you guys might have noticed these incompatibility issues with Android L by now.
Android L is the present most anticipating update, every guy looking forward for the official rollout. Though Google released developer preview to Nexus 5 and 7(2013) models but they aren’t recommended and meant for daily drive. But the enthusiasts, we can’t calm them down from installing and posting screenshots on Google plus. That’s the only reason we are here. The Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 guys are luckier as Google released the official factory Images of the developer preview on the day it was disclosed but what about other Nexus devices esp. the 2012 Nexus 4? For them here is the step-by-step guide on “How to update your Nexus 4 to Android L ?” Thanks to all the devs who made this Android L port to Nexus 4. But this is an unofficial way of updating Nexus 4 to Android L. If you are sure about the preview and the bugs it comes with go ahead and fire it, if not then here is a guide on “How to theme your phone like Android L“. The bugs were minimized in the latest 4.2.2 beta when compared with the earlier releases, even you will notice them for sure as the OS is still under development.
Actually there are number of ways out there on “How to install Whatsapp on PC” and most of you guys might surely know by now on how to get this thing work but out of all possible ways I found the following ways which are not only reliable in their functionality but can also be used for other app installations. All the methods over here in this guide will fetch you a complete tablet interface on your PC. And the performance is what makes them stand atop of all other methods. So, lets get started.
Have you ever installed Ubuntu, Fedora or any other Linux based operating system alongside windows. At-least Tried? No! No worries here is a step-by-step guide on “How to Install and Run Android 4.4 KitKat alongside Windows ?” and this is way simple than the above operating systems because it is a mobile operating system and doesn’t require any sort of drivers and installations. Just install and run. The OS is just 300mb in size and takes not more 5 min to load into your laptop. If you are overwhelmed with the performance of android with 2 gigs of ram and a quad core processor on your Nexus 4/5/7/10 then how it would be with 6gb ram and Intel i5 processor on laptop? That’s beyond expectations. Everything is smooth, fluid, fast and so reliable in functionality that seems as if you were holding a 15.6 inch tab docked to a keyboard. I can guarantee a complete tablet like experience on PC. One plus thing about this ROM/OS is it is pre-rooted. So you can try all those Xposed modules, Tasker and other without any second thought? So, lets get started.
Android L, though it is still under testing everyone dying for that User-interface (esp. the Material design UI, Notification Drawer, keyboard, heads-up) and other under the hood tweaks. As the developer preview is not meant for daily drive many are trying to imitate that awesome look and feel of the Android L right from the day it was disclosed. And this lead to too many apps on Google Play Store, If one app is meant for notification drawer style and the other for that material design user-interface finally we end up in installing a whole bunch of apps. And here the one considerable thing is most of them are paid apps, do they all actually worth buying ? Guys with rooted device has an advantage as they can try them all for free as all the apps are available in the form of Xposed Modules. Rooted your device then you are good to go.
Screen Recording is a superb feature in Android KitKat but unfortunately we can’t find that option anywhere on our phone as it is a supported feature which lies ‘under the hood’. If you see, even for screenshots we used to press and hold those volume, power or someother hardware buttons as there is no dedicated option. Don’t know why Google isn’t indulging visible options for these kind of awesome features, though supports. The present Screen recording feature is really a great way to create walk-through’s, tutorials and also perfect for reporting bugs. If you are an enthusiast and searching the same on web, then you are at right place.
Actually there are two best methods for recording screen on android one for unrooted devices and the other for rooted devices. Rooted devices has an added advantage as they can record on-the-go with just a single tap but for unrooted devices the setup is bit on harder side as we require a Windows PC, ADB bundle Software and a USB Cable always. No worries, this how-to guide explains each and every step in detail.