Google seems to always have some trouble with releasing factory images for devices. Quite a few images have been delayed for weeks or even months, while others get them immediately. Luckily, most people will have no need for them, but those who do were out of luck.
This was the situation with the Read More »
The Nexus 7 2013 LTE may be a Nexus device with no carrier branding or loyalty, but its latest update is giving it some Verizon-specific goodies. The tablet is now receiving an update that’s based on 4.4.2, weighs in at 37MB and will improve connectivity for those who managed to get their tablet running on ... Read More »
The story of the Nexus 7 LTE on the Verizon network is a very interesting (and annoying) one. It all started when the Nexus 7 LTE launched. The device came equipped for both GSM carriers, and in a big surprise, Verizon LTE compatibility. However, when folks tried activating the tablets on Verizon’s network, it didn’t ... Read More »
After the fiasco with the Nexus 7 LTE and Verizon, it’s been really quiet. If you don’t remember, Verizon has not allowed customers of the Nexus 7 LTE (which supports Verizon LTE) to activate their tablets on the network. They cite a lack of certification, but they have left all Verizon customers with the tablet ... Read More »
Big carriers never make our lives much easier. The Nexus 7 LTE model was recently released with LTE working on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon (which was a big surprise). Obviously, people want to start using their new tablets. And while Verizon hasn’t fully locked down their network from this tablet, it will not activate the ... Read More »
Google promised and Google delivered. The 2013 Nexus 7 32GB LTE with T-Mobile SIM card is now available to purchase in the Play store for $349. The device should be available in T-Mobile stores next month, but we know none of you can wait that long.
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