Many smartphones are definitely doing their bit to jump aboard the KitKat bandwagon these days (those that are powered by Android, of course), and we have also seen our fair share of devices that have already made the plunge. Among them include the HTC One Google Play Edition, AT&T’s Moto X, not to mention T-Mobile’s version of the Motorola Moto X as well, in addition to the Nexus 4. Well, for those of you who have not upgraded your smartphone for the longest time, the Nexus One will now have its own Android 4.4 KitKat update, although you would do well to take note that this is but a hacked version, meaning that it is a custom Android 4.4 ROM, and is not official.
Hence, there might just be issues with the ROM after installation, so go ahead at your own risk, assuming you have the appetite for that. Needless to say, this custom ROM for a device that is already three years old does come with its own fair share of issues, with one of the being a known bootloop error as well as the lack of capturing a screenshot as and when you need it. Oh yeah, the camera does not quite function as you would have expected, too.