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 »
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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 »
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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 »
A new case to protect your pristine Nexus 5 is now available from Google. The Nexus 5 Snap Case is a minimal, plastic case that comes in four different colors with matte finishes as well as a clear, glossy variant. In short, it’s a basic, plastic case that costs $30 when it should cost closer ... Read More »
Many Android enthusiasts buy the Nexus line of devices not for the low price, but for stock Android. It’s pretty much the only way to get stock Android and quick updates straight from Google anymore, though the Moto X comes fairly close. The pure Google experience is something special, a light and fast interface with ... Read More »
It’s now been several months since the Nexus 5 got a software update, but according to Sprint, that’ll be changing soon.