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|Technology - Gadgets|
|Friday, 10 August 2012 02:40|
Update a terminal Android has become a real pleasure (as we did) because in each new version that we released Google interface enhancements, performance and plenty of new features that leave us with restless fingers to test them. However, if it were not for the community behind this operating system and enables us to install custom ROMs on computers that are not yet official update or simply not supported by the operator or manufacturer, millions of users would be able to try the latest versions.
To increase the ease of installing these ROM, which at the end of the story are what help us to enjoy new versions of Android, a team made public today the OTA Update Center , a site designed to bring together in one place all the ROMs for Android and make them available to each user at any time via OTA (Over The Air).
Thanks to independent developers or already practically celebrities team behind Cyanogen or MIUI is very easy to get custom ROMs for our terminals based on the latest updates that Google released but manufacturers like Sony, Samsung and HTC are slow to officially launch .
The idea is clear and very, very helpful. Each developer must contact them, upload the corresponding ROM Update Center and is responsible for pushing each user wirelessly, including notifications of new updates. The main advantage is the organization in one place we could find any ROM if the developer intends. But it also takes a load so that developers do not have to pay storage services and notifications.
It only remains to see if they achieve compliance with what they say and do the OTA Update Center the best center for Android ROMs (there are similar applications), because the idea is interesting but remains to see it in practice.