It’s February, which means the unlocked Moto Z is beginning to get Nougat.
As promised, Motorola is now rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to the unlocked variant of the Moto Z in the U.S., a wait that, for many, was far too long.
The company told Android Central last month that it wouldn’t be until February that the unlocked Moto Z would begin getting upgraded to Android 7.0, well after the Verizon edition, which was released over [Read More…]
The 2015 Shield TV is getting a big update.
The original NVIDIA Shield Android TV is receiving its Shield Experience 5.0 update as we speak, bringing it to par with the updated (and improved) 2017 model.
But because 2015 version of the set-top box share largely the same internals as the new one, NVIDIA has boosted its functionality through an update to Android TV based on Nougat.
These are the major improvements:
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Nougat OTA now rolling out, brings one-handed mode to the G4 Plus.
The Moto G4 and G4 Plus are now picking up the Android 7.0 Nougat update in India. The update comes in at 773MB, and introduces a new Moto Actions feature that lets you shrink the screen size down using a swipe gesture. The feature is designed to make it easier to use the phone one-handed, and you can enable it by swiping up, left, or [Read More…]
In a recent article we pointed out that while some Chinese device makers are already paving the way for their high-end devices to get Android 7.0 Nougat, iconic Android OEM are taking their sweet time with the update. Well it seems that things have started taking off finally. In recent days we told you the
Good news for HTC 10 owners!
The HTC 10 is getting its Nougat update a week after its kin, the Bolt, shipped with Android 7.0 on board.
According to HTC VP of Product Management, Mo Versi, unlocked versions of the HTC 10 will begin receiving Android 7.0 Nougat on November 25. It’s unclear whether that includes both U.S. and European variants of the unlocked HTC 10, but this surely begins the phone’s inevitable succession to [Read More…]
Not so long ago we told you that the Android 7.0 update started rolling out for users in South Korea. Back then we told you it might be a while before the new build made its way to owners of the LG G5 in the States. Well it seems that Android 7.0 Nougat is finally
Good news for people who love sweet updates.
Verizon subscribers will be the world’s first Moto Z users to experience Android 7.0 Nougat, according to several Reddit users reportedly receiving the long-awaited update.
The two phones shipped with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow back in July with Moto’s light touch applied to its stock Android veneer. The Nougat update brings the standard fare of features to the Moto Z Droid and Moto Z Force Droid. According to [Read More…]
Google wants to make the Play Store a bit safer when it comes to avoiding fraudulent material and spam.
Google has announced a few key changes for the Play Store that focus on cracking down on developers fraudulently promoting apps. The company is rolling out new detection and filtering tools, which should help it filter out attempts to manipulate the Play Store and its app rankings. The goal is to boost the integrity of the Play Store and its apps.
One example could [Read More…]
T-Mobile is currently rolling out the July 1 security patches for its versions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge.
The update was reported earlier this morning on our Android Central forums. T-Mobile’s support site has also updated its Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge pages with the new software versions. Depending on which Note 4 model a person has, they will either see a 309.9MB download to version N910TUVU2EPG2, or a 281.27MB update [Read More…]
Motorola is now pushing out the May security update to the Moto X Pure Edition. The phone has not received an update since around February, so while this isn’t the newest patch available, it is still great to see it get more secure. As for the release notes, Motorola only mentions the Android Security update, though it is likely that a few bugs have been squashed, or the performance of certain things will improve.
If you [Read More…]