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Gmail 5.0 With Exchange Support And Material Design Has Landed [APK Download]

Android Police - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 6:37pm


The day is finally upon us - the Gmail 5.0 APK has landed, and we have it for your (production-signed) downloading pleasure.

As we've expected since we first saw the app more than a week ago, the new Gmail is very... "material." It's got a FAB, the beautiful thread interface we've come to know and love from Inbox, and a drawer that complies with guidelines.

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But Gmail's beauty isn't only skin deep - the app is holds some new features, too.

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Sony Xperia Z3 (T-Mobile) Review: Maybe The Best Mainstream Phone Of The Year (If That Still Matters)

Android Police - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 5:58pm


The Galaxy S5. The One M8. The LG G3. All very good phones - all phones that I like, for various reasons, and dislike in certain respects for others! HTC, Samsung, and LG have generally been the de facto leaders of the high-end Android smartphone market here in the US. But what about Sony? I'll freely admit that I've never been much of a Sony smartphone fan. I didn't like the Xperia ZL as well as its competitors.

Sony Xperia Z3 (T-Mobile) Review: Maybe The Best Mainstream Phone Of The Year (If That Still Matters) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: 5.0.37] Google Play Store 5.0.31 Adds More Material Design, Moves "What's New" To The Top [APK Download]

Android Police - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 5:45pm

ic_launcher_play_storeUpdate 10/17/14: Play Store 5.0.32, a small bump over 5.0.31, is now available for download.

Update 10/31/14: Play Store 5.0.37, a bump over 5.0.32, is now available for download. It comes with at least one new change - a new permission bucket called Wearable sensors/activity data to help explain permissions for apps that can grab data from wearables, such as heart rate monitors.

Of course, as I have to pick up my son from daycare, breaking news had to hit, and Google had to start pushing out the Play Store 5.0 update (5.0.31, to be exact).

[Update: 5.0.37] Google Play Store 5.0.31 Adds More Material Design, Moves "What's New" To The Top [APK Download] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Need a weather app for your smartwatch? Check out Aeris Wear Weather

Android Guys - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 5:43pm

If you are looking for a weather app for your Android Wear smartwatch, you could do worse than the Aeris Wear Weather app.  With Aeris you can customize your smartwatch to display the weather in your area, give you up to the minute radar images and let you know when there are severe weather alerts…. Read more »

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Watch this: Samsung Galaxy S5 running leaked Android 5.0 Lollipop build [VIDEO]

Phandroid - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 5:15pm

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When Google showed off Android 5.0 Lollipop’s new Material Design aesthetic during this year’s Google I/O, the first thing we thought about was how this would translate to the custom skins offered by OEMs like HTC and Samsung. Just before we kick off the weekend, the boys at SamMobile are quenching a little bit of this curiosity with an early look at Android 5.0 Lollipop running on the Samsung Galaxy S5.

This is actually the second time they’re showing off Samsung’s version of Lollipop, although this one is much more recent build. Although it’s still an early version of the software Samsung will eventually roll out to their Galaxy line, it clues us in on exactly what the OEM has in mind for their version of Google’s Material Design UI and really, it’s not half bad.

The current version of the TouchWiz running on the Galaxy S5 we found was actually much easier on the eyes and in some respects, not too far — at least in color scheme — to what Google introduced in Lollipop. The newly leaked version of Lollipopped TouchWiz shows a similar TouchWiz interface, only with small design tweaks to the Settings, Calculator, Dialer and more. Here’s what SamMobile noticed was changed from the previous leaked Lollipop build:

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  • New Note 4 fingerprint lock screen
  • New system-wide font — similar to the original one, but a tad thinner.
  • New animations, much smoother than before — there’s a screen off animation present as well.
  • Google Search bar in recents menu
  • Brightness slider in notification center has a new yellow color — while changing the brightness, the notification centre disappears and allows the user to view the content beneath it.
  • Removed “Interruptions” from Sound settings
  • Gallery: Media can be sorted using new filters including Pets, Events, Scenery, Documents, Food, Vehicles and Flowers.
  • Music: Improved UI
  • Clock: Navigation bar icons are now accompanied by text
  • Calculator: Removed square grids which surrounded the numbers and symbols
  • Contacts: New search box
  • Stock Material Design inspired applications receive colored status bar
  • Android Lollipop theme’s core green elements replaced with Samsung’s blue color
  • Settings: Improved UI, new icon color
  • New UI for setting wallpaper from home screen
  • Better spacing between options in power off dialog

For more image comparisons, make sure to check out the post on SamMobile but in the meantime, check out their hands-on video below.

Google’s Copresence: Sharing for all

Android Guys - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 4:44pm

After breaking down an update to Google Play Services APK, Simon Tucker found Chrome APIs along with a series of photos for Copresence. In an email tip, Simon Tucker explains his findings to TechAeris.

Google is going to launch a service titled “Copresence” in the coming weeks. The goal of the service will be to allow cross communication between Android and iOS devices through Bluetooth, Wifi (possibly Wifi Direct?) and Location based data.

I located a large quantity of files referencing the service in the latest Google Play Services APK, including banner images for setup, explanations of how the service works and XML’s defining the layouts of the setup app.

Upon investigation, I noticed that Google already has patents in the works for a service titled “Copresence”, allowing data retrieval from a device using a server and then feeding back relevant data. There is also numerous Chrome code review comments referring to a service called “Copresence” stating that it will not require a Google account to use, and confirming that it will be in fact multi-platform.

Judging by the pictures and various information gathered, Copresence is believed to be a cross platform version of Andriod Beam or Google’s project “Nearby” reported by Android Police back in July.

This is all speculation, but the ability to share information and data between different devices and across various platforms would enable me to finally send that photo of my sister in her Halloween costume to my mother despite who lack of technical skill and my lack of a decent data plan.

The cross platform aspect of Copresence matches up with the Android new slogan of sorts “Be together, not the same”. We can all be together and share the world around use, but we don’t all have to be conformists in the process. Your friend can still have their iPhone, and you can still have your Android device of choice. You will still be able to share things without having to upload it to a cloud storage and pass them the link or some other crazy roundabout method.


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What We Use 2014: The Stuff Cody Can’t Live Without

Android Police - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 4:28pm

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When it came time to think about writing a “What We Use” post last year, I was still somewhat new to the AP team and I had just learned that I was about to be the new Teardown guy, so I took a pass on attempting to compile my entire toolset in a single article. I can’t say that I’m any more prepared to do one this year, but I couldn’t resist joining in on the fun.

What We Use 2014: The Stuff Cody Can’t Live Without was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Halloween App And Game Sales: ROM Toolbox Pro, Botanicula, The Walking Dead Pinball, And More

Android Police - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 4:21pm

thumbnailA frightful evening to you all, ghouls and goblins. It's Halloween, and even if you don't celebrate, there are plenty of sales in the Play Store for you to take advantage of. Several prolific developers have put almost their entire catalogs on sale, so get your bag ready so we can pile in those treats.



Fleksy Keyboard – $0.99 from $3.99

ROM Toolbox Pro – $2.99 from $5.99

Minuum Keyboard – $0.99 from $1.99


Death Worm – $0.99 from $1.99

World of Goo – Free from $4.99 (Amazon, plus a ton more free ones)

Tales of Dragon Mountain – $0.99 from $2.99

Lost Souls – $0.99 from $4.99

Dark Arcana: The Carnival – $0.99 from $4.99

Abyss: Wraiths of Eden – $0.99 from $4.99

Twin Moons – $0.99 from $4.99

Red Crow Mysteries: Legion – $0.99 from $4.99

Brightstone Mysteries – $0.99 from $4.99

Botanicula – $2.99 from $4.99

The Walking Dead Pinball – $0.99 from $1.99

Groundskeeper2 – $1.25 from $1.99

Blood of the Zombies – $1.99 from $5.99

House Of Hell – $1.99 from $5.99

The Forgotten Spell – $0.99 from $3.99

Drag Racing 3D – $0.99 from $1.99

Devilry Huntress – $0.99 from $1.49

Slender Man Origins HD – $0.99 from $4.99

Slender Man Origins 2 Saga – $0.99 from $4.99

Halloween App And Game Sales: ROM Toolbox Pro, Botanicula, The Walking Dead Pinball, And More was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Bounty for first person to root Verizon/AT&T Galaxy Note 4 over $4285+

Android Guys - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 3:58pm

The need for a Galaxy Note 4 root has reached new levels over at the XDA Forums as members have set up a bounty to encourage someone to come forward with a solution.

The Verizon/AT&T Galaxy Note 4 is yet to be rooted and those members have taken it upon themselves to raise a bounty, which at the time of posting totals $4,285.

So what are you waiting for? Go and find a root for the Note 4!

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Google’s Copresence leaked, send content directly between nearby Android and iOS devices

Phandroid - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 3:28pm


There have been hints that Google was working on a new service for transferring data between users in relation to their the individuals’ location. Dubbed “Copresence,” footprints of the new service have now been discovered hidden inside the latest Google Play Services update.

According to the data, it could allow for both Android and iOS devices to communicate with each other, sending miscellaneous files, pictures or other media via Bluetooth or even over WiFi — presumably WiFi direct given the 2 devices pictured below are at a bus stop.

A treasure trove of files were not only discovered inside the new Google Play Services apk (complete with introduction images), but also APIs in the Chrome Dev channel. Apparently it may not even require a Google account to login, again, a good indication that it will be cross platform. Of course, this is all opt-in (as revealed by the image file names).

Google Copresence

Typically, when 2 people want to send each other files this is usually done by uploading files to a cloud service like Google Drive — where they’re then saved, then having the other person download said media. In an age of privacy, not everyone wants to upload media to the cloud. Using Copresence, users on iOS or Android can send files directly to one another, possibly even communicating in other ways like voice messages. Totally private and secure.

No word on when we can expect Copresence to launch, although with although the XML files and Chrome APIs suggest it could be coming really soon.

[via Techaeris]

[Bonus Round] Boulder Dash, Tasty Tower, Escape from Montegrande, And Zombie Gunship Arcade

Android Police - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 2:47pm

nexusae0_bonusicon_thumbWelcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn't get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can't wait for our bi-weekly roundups, and don't want to wade through a whole day's worth of news just to get their pixelated fix. Today we've got a retro revival, a sickeningly cute jumping game, an appealing escape title, and a Flappy Bird clone with zombies.

[Bonus Round] Boulder Dash, Tasty Tower, Escape from Montegrande, And Zombie Gunship Arcade was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Download and install latest Google Play Store 5.0.37 APK (Material Design)

Android Guys - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 2:45pm

The Google Play Store was only just recently updated to bring more Material Design aspects to the app, and now we see the version updated bringing the Google Play Store to version 5.0.37.

What’s New

There’s a new permission bucket called Wearable sensors/activity data, which will allow the app to access data from wearable sensors, possibly to use for recommendations on apps. The information it can access includes heart rate and periodic updates on your activity levels.

If like me you like to be on the cutting edge of developments, you can go ahead and grab the latest Google Play Store 5.0.32 APK from here.

Notice anything else different in the newest version of the Google Play Store? Drop us a comment below.

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Verizon offering free data bump for new and existing customers on More Everything plan

Android and Me - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 2:42pm

Apparently Verizon isn’t content to let AT&T have all the fun with the temporary bump to some of their data plans.

In a similar move, Verizon is extending an offer to new or existing customers on a More Everything plan that will net them 10GB for $80 or 15GB for $100. Those tiers typically cost $100 and $120, respectively. The promotion will start tomorrow and, just as with the AT&T deal, this is going to be available for a limited time only. Again, this deal isn’t just for new customers, but existing customers do have to proactively visit the My Verizon site to request that the promotion be applied to their account.

New customers that are buying a smartphone with a 2-year contract or through the Edge program will qualify for a $150 port-in credit on top of the data promo.

We would have liked to see Verizon extend the data bump to some of the lower tiers as well, but data hungry users should be pleased with a little “free” data.

Motorola DROID Turbo battery life test: nowhere near 2-days, but still pretty great

Phandroid - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 2:39pm

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We’re getting ready to charge up our newly purchased Motorola DROID Turbo for the day, but before we do, we wanted to share some personal battery life stats with you from our first day with the device. By now we’ve all heard Motorola and Verizon’s claims of 2-day battery life on the Turbo, one of the reasons we rushed out to buy the phone on day 1. So, just how true are those claims? Well, as to be expected, they’re a bit overly optimistic. In our first day’s use, we didn’t get anywhere near the 2-day battery life as advertised but what we did get wasn’t all that bad either.

After about 21 hours, our battery life was down to around 17% and still kicking. We know. On the surface, that doesn’t sound too great considering the DROID Turbo is outfitted with a substantially large 3,900mAh battery but there are multiple factors to consider, one of which is our screen on time: a little over 5 hours.

Motorola DROID Turbo battery life Day 1

Now, we’re not big phablet users but coming from a reasonably sized smartphone that is absolutely unheard of in our experience. Typically we only see around 2 hours of screen on time (full brightness) from most of our Android devices in the same amount of time with light or normal usage.

With the DROID Turbo, we were doing quite a lot with it (installing apps, playing video games, streaming YouTube, taking pictures, browsing Imgur). It’s not extremely heavy usage, but definitely more than we’d do on any other device where battery life is always something you keep in the back of your mind (“Should I watch this YouTube video? Nah, better wait until I plug in just in case“).

Another factor to consider is we had the brightness on nearly full blast the entire time we were using the DROID Turbo. And while battery life will never, ever, be the same for any 2 people (we know, you get 2 days of battery life on your old MyTouch 4G with blah, blah screen on time — whoop-dee-doo), we wanted to give you a rough ballpark figure of what we experienced from the Motorola DROID Turbo on the first day. We know battery life is a major deciding factor for many when it comes to their next smartphone purchases.

Our guess for why battery life wasn’t all that groundbreaking? The phone’s overkill 1440p display. We can only wonder how things would have looked on the Moto X (2nd Gen) with the same sized battery. Keep in mind we still have our full review coming soon, in which we’ll be sure to take into account multiple charging cycles and will report back our findings. Stay tuned!

Virginia Circuit Court Judge Says Police Can Require Fingerprints To Unlock Smartphones, But Not Passcodes

Android Police - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 2:34pm

thumbprintWriting for Android Police from my home office in Virginia, it's not every day that I get to report on something somewhat close to home. But here it is. A Virginia Circuit Court judge has ruled that while police officers cannot compel a person to give up their passcode, they can demand someone use their fingerprint to unlock their phone.

Judge Steven C. Frucci made the ruling this week, saying that giving a police officer your fingerprint is similar to providing a DNA or handwriting sample, something the law permits.

Virginia Circuit Court Judge Says Police Can Require Fingerprints To Unlock Smartphones, But Not Passcodes was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google's Copresence Looks Like A Contactless, Cross-Platform Version Of Android Beam

Android Police - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 2:29pm


Several months ago, we discussed something called Nearby, a project that - at the time - seemed to be Google's effort to let "people, places, and things" know when a user is, well, nearby. It seems that Google is still hard at work on its effort to connect various devices to each other and their surroundings, but Copresence (an internal name for this functionality) may have a more specific scope in this effort than we first estimated, apparently including iOS devices in the fun.

Google's Copresence Looks Like A Contactless, Cross-Platform Version Of Android Beam was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Haunt The House: Terrortown May Be The Perfect Spooky Accessory To Your Halloween Night

Android Police - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 2:22pm

aWhoooooooa! Look out! It's a spooky ghost! Did you see it? Aw, man. It was right there in that game. You know the one, Haunt the House: Terrortown. It's a new one that's just out in the Play Store, and it's on sale for Halloween. Seems fitting.

In Haunt the House you play the role of a restless specter, seeking to terrify and drive the mortals away from town. To do this you must double-tap on various objects to possess them.

Haunt The House: Terrortown May Be The Perfect Spooky Accessory To Your Halloween Night was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Virginia judge rules police can order a suspect unlock their phone via fingerprint (but not passcode)

Phandroid - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 1:52pm

Galaxy S5 Fingerprint Reader

On Thurdsday, a Virginia Circuit Court judge made a fairly groundbreaking and eye opening ruling involving the police asking someone to unlock their secured smartphone. According to the judge, demanding a suspect to provide the passcode to unlock their phone would be unconstitutional, while a suspect providing their fingerprint to unlock their phone would be fair game.

For those living under a rock, iPhone users since the iPhone 5s have been able to secure their smartphones using a fingerprint, a feature Apple calls TouchID. This was seen as a more convenient, but still plenty secure method of locking a smartphone to keep one’s data secure. If you’re a suspect detained police in Virginia, that’s not the case.

This relates back to the case of a man who allegedly strangled his girlfriend and police believe, may have recorded the act with this smartphone. Because his phone was locked with a passcode (and not a fingerprint), the defendant’s attorney argued that it was protected by the Fifth Amendment given that it would require a suspect to divulge knowledge. This is not in the same category as a person’s identity, which includes DNA, handwriting, or — you guessed it — fingerprints, all of which are within the bounds of the law.

While it would be easy to scoff at iPhone (or even Samsung) users who use fingerprint locking on their devices, keep in mind that Apple has a safeguard for anyone who hasn’t unlocked their phone in 48 hours which requires a secondary passcode be entered in the event that TouchID is enabled. That still gives police plenty of time after a suspect has been apprehended to require a fingerprint for unlocking.

How do you guys feel about the judge’s ruling? If you have a Samsung device, will any of you start using passcodes over the fingerprint scanner to secure your phone? Keep in mind, the NSA is watching this post. We kid…. (we think).

[Ars Technica]


Droid Turbo available, Nexus pre-orders, Halloween, and more [From the Forums]

Phandroid - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 1:50pm

This Halloween there isn’t much scarier than going to order a Nexus 6 only to find it out of stock. If that’s you or if you are among the lucky few to secure your new Google smartphone, this week’s From the Forums is for you. Also, we take a look at Droid Turbo discussion and what’s happening around Android Forums for Halloween.

New Droid Turbo Forums


Droid does and continues doing over at Android Forums. The brand that put Android on the map is back in a big way with the Droid Turbo. How does it stack up the very similar Nexus 6? Does it really get two full days of battery life? What about accessories and apps? Find out the answer to all these questions and more over at the very new Droid Turbo forums.

Nexus 6 now available for pre-order


The Nexus 6 went up for pre-order this week (and quickly went down after inventory ran out). Those awaiting shipment and those awaiting their next opportunity to purchase the handset have convened in our “official” Nexus 6 pre-order thread. As the thread title so aptly puts it, those waiting need some place to chat and pass the time until devices are in hand.

Why would you root a Nexus device?

google nexus devices

Here’s a scenario that seems a little backwards to some: why purchase an unlocked Nexus device from Google only to root it? After all, aren’t these the very Android devices designed to be most open to development right out of the box? We won’t spoil the various responses, but needless to say, those that do choose to root their Nexus phones have strong opinions as to why.

Happy Halloween


The Halloween hijinks are alive and well this year. Did you know HTC has a special treat for Dot View case owners? Do you have your own opinions on the scariest games for the season? Share your costume, you spooky stories, and more as we celebrate this ghoulish good night.

And more…

Have fun trick-or-treating, indulging in a bit of mischief, or whatever other costumed debauchery might present itself. But remember, in your sugar (and possibly alcohol-induced) hangover state, be sure to check out Android forums this weekend and throughout the week as we head into November. Sign up for an account, start some threads, and you might be featured here next week.

Top 10 Android app updates this week: Any.do, Flipboard

Android and Me - Fri, 10/31/2014 - 1:50pm

Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the most installs. As in the past, we’re going to filter out minor updates for the super-popular apps that have over 10 million installs, but we’ll make exceptions for apps that have had significant updates. We hope you enjoy this weekly feature and that you discover some apps that end up being useful.

Google Camera - Version 2.4.023

Google Camera

What’s new in this version:

  • Android 5.0/Lollipop compatibility
  • Updated material design
  • Performance improvements and bug fixes
(Playboard) | (Play Store)


MapMyFitness - Version 3.3.0


What’s new in this version:

  • New! Browse your activity feed to like and comment on friends’ workouts
  • New! Gear Tracker: Add shoes, track mileage, find out when it’s time for a new pair
  • New! Connect to Google Fit to share workout data and more
(Playboard) | (Play Store)


Flipboard - Version 3.0.0


What’s new in this version:

  • Over 30,000 new topics to follow, powered by best stories across publishers and 10 million+ Flipboard magazines.
  • Start your day with The Daily Edition, with articles selected by our team at 7 a.m.
  • Follow people to stay up-to-date on what they’re collecting into their magazines.
  • New design, everywhere.
(Playboard) | (Play Store)


Any.do - Version 2.0.0


What’s new in this version:

  • Premium features including attaching files and notes, color themes, priority support and more
  • Enhanced sharing and collaboration features
  • Many bug fixes and UI updates
(Playboard) | (Play Store)


Playstation App - Version 2.0.17

Playstation App

What’s new in this version:

  • The home screen has been redesigned.
  • Tablet layout is now supported.
  • [Players You May Know] will now appear on your Friends list.
  • You can now create a link for your Friend request and share it with other people.
  • You can now search for other players using their real names.
(Playboard) | (Play Store)


Reddit News - Version 7.20.0

Reddit News

What’s new in this version:

  • Every screen beautifully redesigned
  • Delightful animations throughout
  • Vastly improved comment navigation
  • Comprehensive moderator features
  • Support for Gfycat and imgurs gifv format
(Playboard) | (Play Store)


Pushbullet - Version 15.0.1


What’s new in this version:

  • Major redesign of the application
  • Improved navigation
  • Convenient push search options
  • Streamlined settings screen
  • Better new push form
  • Delightful animations, typography, and iconography
(Playboard) | (Play Store)


Runtastic - Version 5.3.0


What’s new in this version:

  • Sync your activities to Google Fit (for users logged in with Google+ only)
  • Advanced statistics
(Playboard) | (Play Store)


Duolingo - Version 2.9.1


What’s new in this version:

  • It’s a day that language lovers have been waiting for—you can now learn two new languages in Duolingo! Welcome Danish and Irish to the Duolingo family.
(Playboard) | (Play Store)


BBM - Version


What’s new in this version:

  • TIMED MESSAGES: Set how long contacts have access to messages and pictures shared in a chat. See the full description for more information.
  • MESSAGE RETRACTION: ‘Retract’ a message to remove it from your BBM chat. See the full description for more information.
  • A QUICKER STICKER PICKER: Adding stickers to your BBM chats is now even quicker
  • HD PICTURE TRANSFER: It’s easier than ever to get a high quality version of pictures
  • DISCOVER MUSIC: See what music your contacts are listening in Feeds
(Playboard) | (Play Store)


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