Learn how you can get a polished multi-window Android experience on your tablet with these Remix OS 2.0 Nexus ROMs.
Stranded on a deserted Lollipop island by Google, the Samsung-made Nexus 10 is taken care of by CyanogenMod as far as a Marshmallow update is concerned.
Earlier today, Android Marshmallow technically dropped on all of us. To be more specific, the public version of 6.0 got pushed and was intended for developers to work with some live software. Google promised that over-the-air updates to devices-at-large would start tumbling out in due fashion.
We’ve been wishing hard, praising the techies at Google and yet, we’re all disappointed the same in some aspects. One of these aspects was the dark theme that we so desperately wanted in those pitch black room conditions. Also not easy on the eyes was the multi-pane app [...]
From here on out, Google will make available monthly Nexus security updates for its phones and tablets from three years following release.
It's far from a guarantee, but there's some scattered evidence that suggests we might see Nexus Android M preview releases for older devices.
Google has made the Android 5.1.1 factory images available, and you can download them for your 2012 and 2013 Wi-Fi Nexus 7, as well as Nexus 10
Learn how to install the latest Android 5.1 update files on your Nexus smartphone or tablet.
Google's got some new Android 5.0.2 images available, joining the Nexus 7 2012 image that landed last month.
Why wipe your device with a factory image? Android 5.0.1 OTA downloads are here for Nexus tablets, ready to install.
You better believe it: Google has just dropped Android 5.0.1, the latest bug-fixing revision to Lollipop.
The Nexus 10 packs a bigger screen with a higher PPI, a bigger battery, and a larger screen into a well-built chassis. Remind me, why would I buy a Nexus 6?
See which Nexus Lollipop OTAs are ready for you to download and manually install right now.
Today's the day for the start of Nexus Android 5.0 updates; learn which models are getting it first.
Word around Google seems to be that Nexus Android 5.0 Lollipop updates will start rolling out next Wednesday.
It looks like we've come to the end of the road for both Nexus 10 and Nexus 7 sales, at least through the Play Store.
Hear the latest rumor on Google's timetable for disseminating Lollipop updates.
I hope the rumors of a 9-inch HTC Nexus tablet are correct. Additionally, I hope it's very successful and helps bootstrap HTC tablets into the mainstream.
Android L developer preview source code has partially been released for Nexus devices, including for the first-gen Nexus 7 and LG's Nexus 4.
The official news of Android 5.0 changes may still be hours away, but we take an early look at a crash report to try and see what might be new.
In an incredibly unexpected move, the Android 4.4.4 update has begun rolling out to Nexus devices. Find factory image downloads (and what's new) right here.
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Samsung’s Galaxy Tab4 line-up. Then we talk about Google’s future update to the Nexus 5 camera view finder. We then talk about about the probability of a Google Nexus 10 announcement coming soon. Nokia takes the spotlight next as we talk about the Lumia 930, and the possibility that it won’t make tomorrow’s event. We end today’s show by talking about the Apple vs. Samsung trail, which has just begun.
All this and more after the break.
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See why Google Nexus 10 "coming soon" listings have us wondering about a possible new version of the tablet.
We hope HTC is selected to build a Nexus tablet, we're just concerned that an HTC Nexus tablet may not be the best way to get back into the tablet game.