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Pebble 2.2 Firmware Update Introduces Reorderable Launcher Menu, Volume Control In The Music App, And More

Pebble 2.2 Firmware Update Introduces Reorderable Launcher Menu, Volume Control In The Music App, And More
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PebbleUpdate-ThumbThe Pebble’s software updates keep it slow and steady. Today’s 2.2 firmware release doesn’t rock the boat, but it introduces a few features that I’m sure fellow Pebble owners out there have wished for at some point or another. The first of which is the ability to reorder items in the launcher menu. Now if you hold the select button on an item in the menu, you can drop it somewhere else in the column.

Pebble 2.2 Firmware Update Introduces Reorderable Launcher Menu, Volume Control In The Music App, And More was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Motorola Fixes The Carrier ID Status Bar Annoyance With 4.4.3 Update By Making It Completely Optional

Motorola Fixes The Carrier ID Status Bar Annoyance With 4.4.3 Update By Making It Completely Optional
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moto-g-main-620x465Yesterday we brought attention to an issue with Motorola’s international devices wherein the carrier ID would be displayed in the status bar all the time, making the notification area almost useless in many circumstances. Well, Motorola VP Punit Soni happened to notice the post and chimed in with an update – it turns out Motorola is rolling out a fix in 4.4.3.

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When the new software hits devices (which is going on right now), there will be a toggle in the network settings to turn the status bar carrier ID off.

Motorola Fixes The Carrier ID Status Bar Annoyance With 4.4.3 Update By Making It Completely Optional was written by the awesome team at Android Police.