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Android L on the Nexus 5. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Android L on the Nexus 5. Photo: Killian Bell/Cult of Android

Still wondering where the Android 5.0 upgrade is for your Nexus 5? It may have been held up by a pretty serious Wi-Fi bug that was causing abnormal battery drain, according to a report on the Google issue tracker. Some testers have found that their handsets were dying after just a few hours of use.

Are you missing some of your files? Image: Dropbox.

Are you missing some of your files? Image: Dropbox.

A Dropbox bug has left a number of users with missing files that may never be recovered. The issue, which affected those who enabled the Selective Sync feature, is now fixed — but Dropbox has conceded that it may not be able to rescue everything that has been lost.

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OnePlus has rolled out another software update this week, addressing a number of major bugs that were introduced to the One with its last release less than two weeks ago. In addition to fixing the frustrating battery drain problem, it includes a fix for touchscreen problems, a new radio image, and more.

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Google’s next Android 4.4 KitKat update is already out there in the wild and running on the Nexus 5, according to a new Google Code bug report for Chromium. The release sports build number “KTU65,” and it’s thought that this will be the release that fixes Android’s battery-draining camera bug.

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Developers love getting their hands on a kernel source code, primarily because it allows them to develop some great new custom ROMs with awesome features that we don’t usually get as standard on our devices. As of today, the official Android 4.4 kernel files for the Sprint-branded Galaxy Note 3 is available to download directly from Samsung’s Open Source Release Center.

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