After a couple of beta releases, it looks like Google has deemed Android 7.1.2 ready for public consumption.
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Good news: Google’s March security update is here! Bad news: The update breaks some important features on the Nexus 6.
The monthly security update for the month of March is here and is now rolling out for many Nexus and Pixel devices. A surprising amount of critical bugs were fixed this time around.
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While other Nexus devices have been on Android 7.1.1 for some time, the Nexus 6 has been left behind. It has gotten security updates, but not the latest and greatest version of Android.
Fortunately, the wait is now over. Google has posted both the factory image and the OTA image for ... Read More »
Google has confirmed that the Nexus 6, made by Motorola and released in November 2014, will receive an update to Android 7.1.1 Nougat in early January. This update makes the Nexus 6 the oldest Nexus device to still be supported with software updates, as the Nexus 5 has officially been retired without an ... Read More »
This year has been chock-full of anticipation for Android 7.0 Nougat, which only continued to build through the developer previews of the latest version of Android. But when the official release hit a few weeks ago, people became incensed over the fact that there weren’t factory images available yet for the Nexus 6 ... Read More »
Live Cases will let you customize a snap-on case for your Nexus phone using ... Read More »
Looking to score a great deal? Look no further, as there’s a new deal on Amazon that falls into the range of an impulse buy. The Motorola Nexus 6, a former flagship device from Google, is now priced at just $249.99 on Amazon, a mere fraction of its original price of $649. With ... Read More »
It’s another Monday morning, but you can ease into the week with this one with an excellent deal on the Motorola Nexus 6. Amazon currently has the Nexus 6 listed at some extremely low prices: The 32GB Nexus 6 is available for just $249.99 in color options of Midnight Blue or ... Read More »
Officially, the Nexus S should still be running on Android 4.1, but that hasn’t stopped developers from releasing unofficial updates for the phone once Google’s software team pulled the plug on it in late 2012. While Google would want you to buy a new Nexus to take advantage of all the newest features baked ... Read More »