A four-year-old phone is surviving with the help of Cyanogenmod developers. Android 7.1 is coming to the Nexus 4 as an experimental bit of software.
Google may never officially bring Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the LG Nexus 4, but the three-year-old can now run its first buggy CyanogenMod 13 nightly.
From the Nexus One to this year's models, which is the best Nexus of all time? Let's look at the hits and the misses that have carried the Nexus name.
Learn more about Google's current thoughts regarding its partnership with LG, specially given how many Nexus devices it has built for Google
My goodness gracious, it’s been a hectic couple of weeks in the Android world. We had the Google event in San Francisco prior to the public release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow. CyanogenMod modders pounced on the sugar and started working on the 13th iteration of their firmware. And all of this time, we’ve been getting word of phones and phones and phones being promised the jump to 6.0.
The Google Play edition HTC One M8 has been verified by Mo Versi, the company’s Vice President of Product Management, to be on the list. There’s no pinpoint on the calendar, [...]
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 [...]
Despite technically exceeding the guaranteed 24-month major upgrade window already, the Nexus 7 2013 may still be treated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow soon.
Google's new routine of Nexus security updates is off to a banner start, and one month from launch, the next wave of updates is about to land.
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.
Get the latest Android 5.1.1 OTA files for the Nexus 4 and Nexus 5, before Google even makes factory images available.
Grab the latest Android 5.0.1 downloads to update your Nexus phones.
You better believe it: Google has just dropped Android 5.0.1, the latest bug-fixing revision to Lollipop.
Various OEM Lollipop updates started arriving before Google's own Nexus products got theirs. Is this a failure of the Nexus program, or a huge OEM win?
See how you can get Nexus 4 Lollipop LTE support working, despite Google disabling it in official releases.
Many of us were pleasantly surprised when Google said the Nexus 4 would get Android 5.0 Lollipop, but how well does it run? Hit play, and let's find out!
Where's the Nexus 4 Lollipop update? While it missed out on the first wave of Nexus Android 5.0 updates, it looks like this one isn't far behind.
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.
Get an early preview of Ambient Display mode in Android 5.0 on the Nexus 6, courtesy of a leaked Nexus 4 ROM.
Hear the latest rumor on Google's timetable for disseminating Lollipop updates.
Good news for Nexus users! Google has confirmed Nexus 4 Android 5.0 updates, as well as those for the original Nexus 7 tablet.
In recent years, Nexus devices have become surprisingly affordable. Not so with Google's newest Nexus products. Read our thoughts on the Nexus 6 pricing.