Google is here with another round of monthly security updates for Android. Right on schedule, the company has posted the factory and OTA images for these updates for Nexus and Pixel devices. These images are available for the Pixel XL, Pixel, Pixel C, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Nexus Player, Nexus 9 (LTE), and ... Read More »
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Yesterday brought forth a bit of a stir when new factory images were posted on the Google Developers site. The reason? These factory images were specific to the Nexus 5X, piquing the interest of many owners who weren’t expecting an update. Google has come forward with official word on the new factory images, ... Read More »
HTC may be looking to get its street cred (and profits, of course, don’t forget profits) back with a couple Nexus devices in 2016, but maintaining an impressive update schedule on its current hardware and delivering a winner with the rumored One M10 will certainly win it plenty of fans amongst ... Read More »
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The OnePlus 2 is getting a holiday update, though it isn’t a major one. It’s mostly bug fixes and security updates, but in the holiday spirit, OnePlus threw in some holiday wallpapers to get you in a festive mood. Here is a full list of changes in OxygenOS 2.2.0:
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According to T-Mobile, an update for all Nexus phones since the Nexus 4, as well as the Nexus 7 (2013) and Nexus 9 tablets, will be available OTA over Wi-Fi later today.
The update will be Android 5.1.1 build LMY48M and includes security updates and bug fixes. Following the Stagefright madness virtually everyone — including Google ... Read More »
In the wake of the Stagefright security flaw, Samsung has decided to go ahead and create a new Android security update process that promises faster fixes and fast tracked updates for major bugs. While details are still scant, it appears that Samsung will be sending ... Read More »
Getting a feeling of deja vu? Don’t worry, it’s not the Matrix glitching. Verizon told us the Gingerbread update for the Thunderbolt was happening at the end of September and then called take backs before we could stop them.
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