A whole bunch of devices' CF-Auto-Roots have been updated from older firmware bases to 4.4.x firmware bases. Means these CFAR's work again on the latest bootloaders, primarily.
This update primarily fixes some L-related issues.
This relatively minor update fixes a number of reported crashes and bugs, updates the timelapse module, adds some Android 4.4+ KitKat specific compatibility, and supports Android Wear.
I've just uploaded v3.10 of StickMount to the Play store, bringing compatibility with the Android "L" Preview. That's it, really.
I've just uploaded v2.50, with the primary new feature being Android "L" Preview compatibility.
I am back from I/O, where many new people have been introduced to me, all of whom no doubt now have me on their douchebags-to-avoid-in-the-future list. I enjoyed myself either way :)
I've just uploaded v2.00 to Google Play. v2.00 not because this version is something special, but because we ran out of v1.xx numbers.
So I guess I did that anyway even though I said I wouldn't ... WIP, alpha, etc.