Tag Archive: Update


Hyundai releases Android Auto update files for more vehicles so you can install it yourself

Android Auto

Hyundai is making it even easier to get Android Auto on your compatible vehicle by posting the necessary files online for you to download. That’s right, if you own one of the vehicles on the list, you can now download the update from Hyundai, put it on your car’s SD card and install it yourself. Previously, you had to take your vehicle to the dealer, which could have resulted in some extra fees  [Read More…]

Snapseed update makes it easy to copy recent edits between images

A fresh update is rolling out to photo editing app Snapseed, bringing along an easier way to apply the same edits across multiple photos. Thanks to the latest update, users can now carry over edits made on the last saved photo to a new one. You can see a quick clip of the process in action below.

Of course, this update contains a bit more worth noting. Here’s the full breakdown, from Snapseed:

Apply Last Edits  [Read More…]

Telus Galaxy Note 4 now receiving Marshmallow update

Telus is rolling out the Marshmallow update to the Galaxy Note 4. The OTA is now available, coming in at 1GB.

The carrier made the Marshmallow update available to the Galaxy S5 and the BlackBerry Priv earlier this month, with the Galaxy Note 5, S6, and S6 edge already making the switch earlier this year.

If you’re rocking the Galaxy Note 4 on Telus, now would be a good time to head into the phone’s settings  [Read More…]

T-Mobile rolls out security update to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge

T-Mobile is rolling out a security update to the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. Both phones picked up the May security patch in an update rolled out earlier this month, and the changelog for today’s OTA lists a “Google Security update” as the major addition.

The update weighs in at 43MB, and bumps the firmware version to G930TUVS3APD8 on the S7 and G935TUVU3APD8 on the S7 edge. With Google broadening the focus of its monthly security  [Read More…]

Yu Yureka, Yuphoria, and Yunique to receive Marshmallow update next month

Micromax’s sub-brand Yu Televentures is finally about to roll out Marshmallow update to the Yureka, Yuphoria, and Yunique. With Cyanogen ending exclusivity with Yu earlier this month, the vendor has commenced work on a custom user interface dubbed Yu-Open-OS.

According to the forum post (via FoneArena):

Developers and contributors have been special to us. When we rolled out ‘Project Highway’, we wanted to get as many people on board as possible. Pleased to share that developer.yuplaygod.com  [Read More…]

Oculus Rift update blocks third-party app that ported its VR games to HTC Vive [Update]

Oculus released a software update to its Oculus Rift virtual reality headset this week that blocks the use of Revive, a third-party app that allowed for the porting of exclusive Rift VR titles to the rival HTC Vive headset.

The third-party app was launched in April. After its release, one of Revive’s developers “CrossVR”, posted on Reddit that the software update for the Rift that was released on Friday now includes a new check to see  [Read More…]

Android N’s seamless update feature won’t be available on current Nexus devices

During its day ine keynote speech at the start of this year’s I/O developer conference, Google officially debuted a new feature that would allow Android devices to automatically update to the latest version of the platform without any major input from the user thanks to tweaks in Android N.

For Google, this meant that once the company released an update out into the wild, they knew that their Nexus-branded handsets would automatically be upgraded with security patches and new features,  [Read More…]

Google wants your help in naming the Android N update

Google wants you to submit your awesome naming ideas for the upcoming Android N release. The company says that it is having a hard time deciding on a name, and has opened a new site for you to submit your ideas, as long as it isn’t “Namey McNameface.”

There are a number of obvious suggestions, like Nerds, Nutella, Nilla Wafer and more, but dig deep and think of some new and original  [Read More…]

Google pulls back on UK Android Pay launch [Update]

The Android Pay service is not launching in the UK today, despite an announcement earlier today that it was available in that country

The announcement about the pullback for the launch was made on the official Android Twitter account:

Excited for #AndroidPay in the UK? We are too! Not quite there yet, but keep checking back ; Android (@Android) May 17, 2016

There’s no word on when the launch will happen now.  [Read More…]

HTC Desire 820 Marshmallow update brings Sense 7.0 and more

Should you still be rocking the HTC Desire 820, you’ll be thrilled to see that the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is now rolling out for it. In addition to bringing it to the latest version of Android, it also bumps it up to HTC’s Sense 7.0. In addition to a newer version of Sense, the phone also gains Doze, enhanced permission controls, Now on Tap and more.

The update is only just starting to roll out according  [Read More…]