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    Default kit kat os why?

    Just asking what is the benefits going to kit kat? Is it still in beta ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brockly View Post
    Just asking what is the benefits going to kit kat? Is it still in beta ?

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    Kit Kat has been out now for quite a few months now in Google's flagship model Nexus 5. Like any other OS, bugs would arise, and they would get squashed.

    Kit Kat is superior to its predecessors (better memory management, better power management, more security, etc. etc).

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    The best part is it fixed the gps problems!

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    But, it has removed a lot of flexibility with the microSD card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eve6er69 View Post
    The best part is it fixed the gps problems!

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    And for me it appears to have greatly improved the WiFi issues as well. I am once again in awe of that piece of amazing technology that is the Note 3 Oh and that free $50 for using ISIS with Amex Serve didn't hurt
    Connie L "Go BIG or Go Home"
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdogAC View Post
    But, it has removed a lot of flexibility with the microSD card.
    Like what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdogAC View Post
    But, it has removed a lot of flexibility with the microSD card.
    I haven't noticed anything either.
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    Default Re: kit kat os why?

    KK doesn't allow the same external SD card access as JB. The SD card is read only. Which is okay if all you do is store music or videos on. Some apps still think they have access to write on the SD card and they don't which usually ends up crashing the app. That's been my experience.

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    Default Re: kit kat os why?

    It isn't read only.

    It now has proper application security on your sd Card. There was absolutely no security before. The apps just need to be updated.

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