We got a new testing device – LG G3 (international model D855) with 32GB internal memory and 3GB RAM. It seems, that this is Asia’s model, not European. Manufactured Nov 2014, with Android version 4.4.2, LG Software version V10m-TWN-XX.
If you have only 64GB and 128GB MicroSD memory cards available (like us), then to workaround TWRP limitation (it does not support exFAT), use USB-OTG cable with any USB Flash drive (smaller than 64GB and formatted with FAT32). See image gallery for more details.
And at the end the new Google’s Android 5.0 (Lollipop) surprised us – it does not like the password provided by Google Two Factor authentication (aka App passwords). It shows error message: “Please enter your Google Account password”. It means that it recognizes your App password, but does not like it. It may be related to the fact, that two factor auth is built into Lollipop. Go figure…
Just got hands on brand new Motorola’s smartwatch – Moto 360. It is one of two round Android Wear smartwatches. This one has Dark stainless steel case with Black Horween leather strap.
So far, on low usage it lasts almost 48h on one charge. Currently charging only every other day. Also, the original Motorola App “Connect” only allows to select watch faces from the build-in vs Android Wear App from all watch faces.
As of today the A1 SD Bench v1.0.0 is available at Google Play. Use A1 SD Bench – free tool to benchmark your phone & tablet SD cards, RAM and memory, to test IO read / write speed and media performance, and compare your benchmark results online. All devices with Android 2.2 and above are supported.
Free, and without Ads
Built-in compare results online (anonymous)
Speed test any Android storage including RAM and USB