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Wednesday, 4 October 2017

Stop Using Android Versions Till KitKat (4.3) - Be Up-To-Date

As this is our first post and you are one of our precious visitors, Welcome To Tech Motive! This website will provide latest technology updates and internet news, so stay tuned. Let's jump into the post. Android's new version have been released with the name Oreo which is 8th version of Android OS is the latest version. Some survey results shows that there are still Android users with some old versions which doesn't even support many applications, this include Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwitch, JellyBean and KitKat. If you are using an Android device with an Android version below 4.3, it's time to take a new piece of Android device. In these days, an Android device must have an Android version more than 5.0 (Lollipop). A majority of the Android users are having KitKat as their version and you may think that it supports all applications and other things but to be up-to-date you want to have a fresh version of Android.

Android's new version have been released with the name Oreo which is 8th version of Android OS is the latest version. Some survey results shows that there are still Android users with some old versions which doesn't even support many applications, this include Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwitch, JellyBean and KitKat. If you are using an Android device with an Android version below 4.3, it's time to take a new piece of Android device. In these days, an Android device must have an Android version more than 5.0 (Lollipop). A majority of the Android users are having KitKat as their version and you may think that it supports all applications and other things but to be up-to-date you want to have a fresh version of Android.

If you are going to buy a new piece of Android device please do check if it is having an Android version more than 5.0. Android Lollipop, Marshmallow, Nougat, and the latest Oreo are the latest and up-to-date versions of Android.

Is It Good To Use A Custom Rom Instead of Buying A New Device?

The answer depends on your opinion. Using a custom rom is not the accurate Android, shortly a customized Android OS. You can use custom roms but keep in mind, it is not an official Android OS. Custom roms might have more features than the real as the real one is just modified to an advanced one like adding some extra feature or adding a new UI etc. To use a custom rom which is not an official version of Android or buying a new device are your choices. We recommend to use an official Android OS as it will not have any defect and it is 100% trustable.

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5 comments:

  1. Yeah that's correct. Many of my friends are still using some old versions of Android. Thank You for posting such a nice post :)

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