Check out how you can run Android 4.4 Kitkat firmware on your older Android phone even though it’s not on the list of official schedule.
Android likes to keep the traditional dessert name for their mobile software version and latest launch of 4.4 is named as Kitkat. For Google the goal is to make Android experience bigger and better for everyone. While it’s not clear which phone will get the privilege to be the first phone with Android 4.4, reports suggests that it will be Nexus 5 but we keep our fingers crossed as latest leaks reveals that Google will pushed flagship Nexus phone for Q1 2014 launch.
There is still a long wait until we see a phone with Android 4.4 Kitkat and there will be more delay until we see official update from the manufacturers to the latest version of Android i.e., Kitkat. Moreover many developers have customized the Android 4.4 Kitkat official version by adding extra tweaks, features. In Android terminology we call it as custom firmware or custom ROM. While many of the phones will not make it to official Android 4.4, developers are always working to come out with custom firmware to mostly all the popular phones.
So, although if your older Android phone is not in the list of the official Android 4.4 Schedule that we have mentioned, there are possibilities that you can update your device with the Android 4.4 custom built firmware.