(Posts: 1411; Member since: 18 Mar 2012)
dam. 1.2gb. biggest one yet right.
(Posts: 283; Member since: 11 Feb 2016)
I'm using 6.0.1 on my S7 and I actually prefer 4.4.2 on my S5
Kitkat was the best android OS ever.
(Posts: 1870; Member since: 21 Oct 2014)
In terms of battery life and aesthetics, I can agree about that. But in terms of features...I can somewhat also agree about that. Stock lollipop didn't really bring much ground-breaking features on the user experience front.
Really like the lockscreen notifications layout like iOS, that's something I was missing 'cause back then I wasn't aware that certain launchers could already do that. That said, it's still much better to have it built-in the OS. Material design, not really appealing to me over the previous skeumorphic design. Concurrent documents in Overview, I'm not a fan of that idea, keeps cluttering my recent application list.
Worst of all, Project Volta seems to have done the opposite of what it was said to do. KitKat offered better battery life without it.
That said, Cyanogen OS 12 came with more handy features.
Yeah, and no one uses those features. The only important feature from lollipop to marshmallow was doze, and that was basically the fix of the horrendous battery that lollipop messed up. Still, marshmallow battery management is not as good as kit-kat.
Kit-kat was the best performing, most efficient android version to date. Google can keep adding features, but if it comes at the cost of basics, nobody is happy with that.
Cyanogen OS is out of discussion. Custom software is not in discussion. And in my experience, Cyanogen software is buggy to the point of unusability.
(Posts: 470; Member since: 27 Apr 2012)
No. I think is froyo the best update for android.
(Posts: 352; Member since: 27 May 2015)
Thanks for the heads-up, downloading right now.
(Posts: 22; Member since: 02 Apr 2013)
someone actually uses that font?
(Posts: 47; Member since: 13 Aug 2015)
.... day another device getting Marshmallow and still waiting for the Note 5 to be updated.
(Posts: 79; Member since: 11 Feb 2016)
Might have to wait another 2yrs for the newer Android N for S6... :D
(Posts: 462; Member since: 22 Jun 2015)
Wait what! M?? Who cares, now N exists:D