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It’s that time of the month again. Google has released the latest security patch for its current set of first party devices. You can now download the update for the full Pixel lineup as well as the Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, and Read More »
The Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P have been plagued with issues. If you’ve owned one of the devices or know someone who has, I’m sure you know about a few of the issues these phones have faced. One big issue is bootlooping, which is not uncommon and has ... Read More »
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Streaming music over Bluetooth always means a loss of quality compared to a good cable, but codecs like Qualcomm’s aptX try to change that. AptX is a codec that allows for higher quality audio over Bluetooth.
We’ve long known when Google’s Nexus and Pixel devices will stop receiving Android version updates. While it sucks, the devices will remain functional. But most importantly, they will remain secure because Google will continue releasing security patches for them.
Today Google has announced when the last security patch will come to each of its current and past ... Read More »
After the Android 7.1.2 update, it seems that many users are experiencing problems with their fingerprint sensors. The sensor is no longer working to unlock the device or to register new fingerprints.
There is currently a class action lawsuit against LG over the V10 and G4, alleging that the devices have manufacturer defects that cause slowdowns, freezes, and bootloops. The suit claims that LG would replace devices ... Read More »
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.
Was recently told that Assistant is finally coming to Nexus 5X/6P ... Read More »