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  1. Nexus 7 2013 Receives Firmware Update

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    Google has managed to solve the multi-touch issue on the new Nexus 7.2 tablets, relegating it to the “Job Completed” segment through the introduction of the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean update with build number JSS15Q that will include the multi-touch bug fix. This particular new update for the Nexus 7 is available via Over The Air (OTA), so you will just have to be patient if you have not yet received your fix.

    According to Paul Wilcox, a member of Google’s ...
  2. Android Open Source Project now has latest 4.3 fixes for most Nexus hardware

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    The latest Android 4.3 updates brought a slate of unfortunate software bugs to the party, especially to Google's own Nexus devices, ironically enough. Thankfully, the Mountain View crew is hard at work patching things up, as evidenced by the Nexus 7 update earlier today that resolved its multi-touch and GPS issues. Now those fixes are up on AOSP as well, not only with the aforementioned JSS15Q build for the 7-inch tablet, but also the JWR66Y for the rest of the Nexus ...
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  3. Ubuntu for Nexus 7

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    About a week ago the folks over at Canonical released a one click installer to install Ubuntu on your Nexus 7. You'll need a pc running Ubuntu to install it (you can use a VM). The installation instructions and more information are available here. The current build is quite buggy, so you may want to hold off unless you're a hardcore Ubuntu fan.
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  4. Working monitor mode on Nexus One & Galaxy S II

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    News and working code/drivers (bcm4329 and bcm4330 chipsets) of this was first released back in late September by three researchers. Injection support has since been added for bcm4329 (Nexus One). They have a Nexus One bundle and EVO 4G bundle available for download, so you no longer need to build it from source. As of this writing, there have been no PoCs for the GS3. It should only be a matter of time though.

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