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Well, we knew this moment would come sooner rather than later. The Nexus 5 has been the beloved standard for the high end budget phone since its release, and it continues to excel with some excellent specs for a fairly low price. But it was released over a year ago, and its ... Read More »
Remember earlier this month when Google made Android 5.0.1 available to the Nexus 4 and Nexus 6, but skipped over the Nexus 5? Well according to Sprint, the N5 will finally get its fresh Lollipop treat today.
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Decided to hold on to your Nexus 5 rather than upgrade to a new Moto X (2nd Gen.) or the Nexus 6? If so, you’re likely wondering when you’ll get your taste of Lollipop. Well if Sprint is right, you’ll be getting ... Read More »
Roughly one year after its initial debut, the Sprint Nexus 5 has reached end of life status. RIP good buddy, we hardly knew you.
We have some excellent news for Nexus 5 owners out there, though it comes without official proof. According to reports, Google has employed a new policy that will allow owners of the Nexus 5 to get one chance to replace a damaged phone. This means that if you happen to drop your device and shatter ... Read More »
If you’re rocking the Android L Developer Preview on your Nexus 5 or Nexus 7 (2013), you may want to grab that sucker and a USB cable, because there are updated factory images available for download.
Google today released fresh factory images for the Android L Developer Preview. ... Read More »
It looks like Google’s accessory game is about to get real strong. Previously, first party accessory was pretty weak from Google. Even now, all we have are a few cases that aren’t particularly great. But with the latest leak, Google seems to be planning something very big for interested customers.
The leaked service is called ... Read More »
Already jonesing for a new Android update now that 4.4.3 has made its way out into the world? Well I’ve got some good news for you, my dessert-obsessed friend, because Google just posted the factory images for a new version of KitKat.
Over on its Google Developers site, Google ... Read More »
Android 4.4.3 has leaked out a few times so far this year, but there’s been no word on when the update will begin rolling out to us users. If some T-Mobile support documents are to be believed, though, that push ... Read More »