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Back when Google announced the Android 7.1 Nougat update not so long ago, the search giant also mentioned the build will become available for Nexus devices in December. Now Vodafone Australia has published an update advisory for last year’s Nexus 6P which reveals that the Android 7.1.1 update for the smartphone on December 6. According
Vodafone Australia lets slip the launch date for the next version of Android.
Google has already stated on a few occasions that the final release of Android 7.1.1 Nougat will take place in early December, but now we have a tentative date to work with. Vodafone Australia has published an update advisory for the Nexus 6P, saying the OTA to Android 7.1.1, build NMF26F, will start to hit the Huawei-made phone from December 6 local time. [Read More…]
It seems like some owners of LG’s last year’s Nexus 5X are experiencing some problems with their handset. According to several reports on Reddit, some Nexus 5X devices are affected by a hardware malfunction that causes the device to enter a boot loop. Naturally, users faced with this issue took advantage of their warranty and
The second and final Android 7.1 Developer Preview is here.
Just a couple days over a month since the first Android 7.1 Developer Preview was released, we now have Developer Preview 2 available for Nexus phones and tablets to get a near-final taste of the latest software. Those who have enrolled in the Android Beta Program for their compatible device — which now includes the Nexus 9 — will receive Developer Preview 2 this week via an OTA update.
Fact: I am going to get more negative comments than positive comments for this post. It’s an opinion piece. I’m okay with it. The Nexus program was a project run by Google to partner with manufacturers in order to deliver pure Android to smartphones and tablets. It was started in 2010 where it created phones that
With the new standard in USB-C, we all thought we would have one plug to rule them all. Physically that is coming true with the fully reversible C plug, but there is even more confusion and fragmentation now that Google and other Android manufacturers use two different charging standards. I find the use of two
Maybe you can keep that Nexus just a little longer now.
Google’s Pixel cameras are outstanding, and a lot of it has to do with some downright clever software in the new camera app. That zero shutter lag experience is one of those things you don’t know you care about until you see someone else with it, and when you combine that with the overall quality of the images you get from a Pixel it’s easy [Read More…]
With the launch of the Pixel and Pixel XL a few months ago, Google has also killed the Nexus line. While the Pixel phones stick close to stock Android, the pure Android experience has died alongside the Nexus, leaving a lot of users to regret the decision. Furthermore Google’s new phones boast premium price tags,
I’ve always been a compulsive upgrader; I upgraded to every new Nexus phone, I rooted it before I even installed Facebook, and I installed daily ROMs (and switched ROMs about once a week). Over the years, however, I’ve seen a shift in my taste – I prefer consistency and convenience to being on the buggy,