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Samsung Galaxy S3 Android 4.3 Update Put on Hold After Masses of Bug Complaints

Users updating their Samsung Galaxy S3s to Samsung's latest Android 4.3 release have been plastering the internet with complaints about the poor quality of the release, so much so that Samsung's been forced into pulling the bug-update. Read More >>

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The Samsung Galaxy Note III Could Be an Absolute Beast

We've heard quite a few rumours touting the incoming Samsung Galaxy Note III's physical stature, but not a heck of a lot about the internals. If this report by notorious Samsung-leaker SamMobile is to be believed, the Note III will be a full HD 5.7-inch octa-core-packing beast. Read More >>

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Android 4.3 Is Rolling Out to the UK and Should Speed Up Your Old Nexus

While on the face of it Android 4.3 Jelly Bean is a bit of a minor update, what with it just adding a bit of profile and Bluetooth magic, as well as Open GLES 3.0. But it seems Google's enabled TRIM support in the update for its Nexus line of phones and tablets, which means your Nexus should get a welcome speed boost right about now. Read More >>

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Refreshed Nexus 10 Said to Arrive “In the Near Future”

While speaking with journalists after last night's three-pronged Google Android 4.3/Nexus 7/Chromecast spectacular, the company's Sundar Pichai reportedly told people that Samsung's preparing an updated Nexus 10 to sit alongside the new Asus-made Nexus 7. Read More >>

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Have You Got Your Android 4.3 Update Yet?

Google's latest Android 4.3 code is supposed to be arriving via over-the-air updates to owners of current generation Nexus devices right now, bringing a handful of new features and plenty of behind-the-scenes tweaks to the Android hardcore. Have you got yours yet? Read More >>

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Google Android 4.3 Update: Bluetooth, Profiles, and Other Minor Stuff

Google is continuing the Jelly Bean reign with today's Android 4.3 update. It's shipping with the new Nexus 7, and is for the most part, very incremental. Read More >>

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Android 4.3 Leaked for Nexus 4, Nearly Fully Working

A version of Android 4.3 has come out of Google via slightly odd means, thanks to a Google staff member selling a Nexus 4 with a near-final version of the OS update onboard. The code's been extracted and released and, bar a missing radio, would appear to be a virtually complete version of the next version of Android. If you'd like to give it a whirl, all you need can be found over at Android Police. [Android Central via MoDaCo] Read More >>

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Install the Cool New Android 4.3 Camera App on Any Unrooted Phone

We might not be able to snag ourselves a Google Edition of the HTC One or Samsung Galaxy S4 in the UK yet, but we can at least get a taste of what they're like through their leaked camera app. Thanks to some enterprising users, you can now download the APK and install it on pretty much any Android 4.0+ phone without having to root. Read More >>

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Android 4.3 Notifications System Exposed, Possibly Opened up to Other Apps

A quite technical disassembly job on a leaked build of Android 4.3 has found some interesting changes inside Google's Notifications feature, which appear to suggest that third-party apps may soon be able to read and interact with your phone or tablet's system messages. Read More >>

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Android 4.3’s Arrival Imminent as Images Leak and Samsung Prepares Google Edition Upgrade

Images have emerged showing a version of Google's next mobile OS update running on the Google Edition Samsung Galaxy S4, with one lucky user's phone now updated to feature the 4.3 Jelly Bean code. Read More >>

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Rumour: White Knight Nexus 4 Ushering In Android 4.3 on June 10th

I'm not sure if it's actually better looking in white or not, but apparently Android and Me has one physically in hand. The white Nexus 4 is supposedly a carbon-copy of the black version we know and love, just with a white body and Android 4.3 (no LTE mentioned). Take with a pinch of sodium chloride for now, but surely everyone who's likely to want a Nexus 4 has already bought one? [Android and Me] Read More >>