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Sprint is currently in the midst of rolling out a rather significant update for its carrier-branded variant of the LG G2. The upgrade doesn’t bring much by way of bug fixes, speed optimizations or stability improvements, but it does bundle the revolutionary Knock Code functionality which shocked users when it made its debut appearance on the G Pro 2 back in February.


The 8MP Optically Stabilised Camera (OIS) on the Nexus 5 can produce some stunning shots but is let down by the terrible Camera app. The Google Camera app barely provides users with any manual control and is a pain to use with its unintuitive UI.

Taking things into his own hands developer Jishnu Sur has managed to port the Camera app of the LG G2 to the Nexus 5.


Sprint is currently in the process of pushing out the much-anticipated Android 4.4.2 KitKat over-the-air update to all its carrier-branded LG G2 flagship smartphones located in the United States. In addition to the latest build of the open-source operating system, this upgrade also improves battery efficiency, enhances the Knock On feature and, finally, increases the processing speed by a whopping 17%.


According to a new report from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, the Android platform gained a marketshare of 3.9% in the U.S. according to recent statistics. And among the Android manufacturers, it is LG which has accounted for a majority of the sales in the region.

LG G2 Snap The LG G2 has a pretty decent camera to begin with. However, that does not mean it cannot be improved further via software tweaks, which is exactly what a developer over at XDA forums has done. He has taken the stock camera app on the G2 and its libraries and tweaked it to further improve the imaging capabilities of the handset. 

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