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With hectic schedules, it can be hard to keep track of everything in your news feed. That’s why we created the TalkAndroid Daily Dose. This is where we recap the day’s hottest stories so you can get yourself up to speed in quick fashion. Happy reading!!

Apps

T-Mobile adds Device Unlock to Google Play

Google brings back device deauthorization limit for Play Music

Google Play hosting summer sale with nearly 50 apps discounted by up to 85%

Carriers

AT&T announces LG G Vista is coming soon

LG G3 S renamed G3 Vigor on Sprint, according to leak

T-Mobile adds Device Unlock to Google Play

Moto X+1 set for September 25 launch on Verizon

FCC continues to express frustration with Verizon data throttling

Google

Yahoo working with Google to create encrypted email system

Google brings back device deauthorization limit for Play Music

Phones

AT&T announces LG G Vista is coming soon

LG G3 S renamed G3 Vigor on Sprint, according to leak

Moto X+1 confirmed to pack the Snapdragon 801

Moto X+1 set for September 25 launch on Verizon

Pantech Pop Up Note to enter large, stylus-equipped smartphone market

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 with Snapdragon 805 supposedly confirmed

Smartwatches

Samsung to announce Gear Solo at IFA 2014 next month

Samsung Gear Live receives same update as G watch

Tablets

Nexus 8 specs revealed


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The G Watch received an update to fix its charging pin corrosion issue this past week, but until now, the Samsung Gear Live received no such update due to there being no such problem. Nevertheless, the Samsung Gear Live is due to receive build number  KMV78Y OTA throughout the next few days. It’s not certain what exactly this minor update will bring since the Gear Live lacked the issues of the G Watch, but nevertheless, if you own a Samsung Gear Live, you’ll be receiving an update this week.

Source: XDA Developers


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Looking for some great applications and games to keep you busy during the summer? Then head over to the Play Store because Google is hosting a summer sale full of goodies. While the majority of the items are now free, others have been discounted. And some of the discounts reach 85% off of the regular price. If you see an app that is normally free, its in-app purchases have been discounted instead. There are 50 apps and games to choose from, so there should be something for anyone.

Source: Google Play


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When news broke that Verizon would start throttling its unlimited data customers, the FCC came forward in calling out the carrier’s actions and the possible repercussions. Verizon responded by explaining the data throttling it intends on doing. By throttling the data of affected customers, those on tiered data plans are less likely to be harmed by network that is clogged. The carrier also feels that there is such a small amount of customers being affected and that other carriers are already doing the same. Well, the man in charge over at the FCC is still very unhappy.

Tom Wheeler, the FCC’s chairman, made it clear that Verizon should not be proud of itself for following others. He said “’All the kids do it’ was never something that worked with me when I was growing up and it didn’t work with my kids.” Furthermore, Wheeler feels that this is a technological issue and a business issue running directly into one another. He was very clear in saying that Verizon should not be doing this strictly for a profit.

By throttling the data of customers on an unlimited plan, the likelihood of those customers switching to a different plan increases. That is exactly what many carriers want. If they get data-hungry customers to a tiered plan, they are making money in two ways. The first is from the size of the tiered plan itself. A customer that uses a lot of data will want to have a big pool to work with to avoid overages. So, as usual, they are profiting from a the monthly plan. But then they can hope customers go over their plan and get charged overage fees.

Source: The Hill


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Well there you have it folks, the long-awaited Moto X+1 finally has an official launch date — on Verizon, at least.

The device will be available from Big Red on September 25. There’s a chance that other carriers get the device before Verizon, but we expect that Verizon gets the X+1 around the same time as the other carriers.

A Moto 360 launch date has not been revealed, but it would make sense for it to be the same day as the X+1. Keep checking back for more, but that’s all we have on the Moto X+1 for now.

Source: Droid Life

 


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LG G3 Vigor

The LG G3 S, the little brother to the G3, has been renamed as the G3 Beat in Asia. But on Sprint, it’ll go by the “LG G3 Vigor.”

This is all according to a new leaked image from Sprint’s “Getting Started” guide for the new phone.

There are not expected to be any differences between the separate variants in hardware, so we’re looking at the same 5-inch 720p display, 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal storage (expandable via microSD), a 2540 mAh battery. an 8 MP camera and a 1.3 MP front camera. There will also be a Snapdragon 400 chipset with a  1.2GHz quad-core Cortex-A7 CPU, Android 4.4.2 KitKat with LG’s newest UX.

Launch date and pricing for the G3 Vigor on Sprint is unknown, but should be out before the end of August. Check back for more soon.

Via: GSM Arena
Source: MyLGPhones


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Two years ago, Google instated a limit on how many devices you could remove from access to your Google Play Music account. The maximum amount of devices allowed on each account was and is ten, but at that time, you could only remove and replace four devices a year. This limitation rightly caused an outrage, and Google removed that restriction.

Unfortunately, as of this week, Google has started reinforcing that limit once more. While this may not seem to be a problem to the average Android user, any time a factory reset is done, or a new ROM is loaded onto a device, the device is duplicated on your Google Play max limit. So, for all of the tinkerers out there (and let’s face it, almost all of the tinkerers in the world use Android), this is very bad news. However, according to a Google rep, your entire collection of authorized devices can be reset if you call in and make a special request. While this will be a huge bother, it’s better than nothing.

Are you a subscriber to Google Play Music All-Access? Does this news negatively affect you? Share a comment below to let us know what you think, and if it bothers you enough, please send a complaint to Google.

Source: Android Police


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