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Once again we have reports of bootloop issues concerning an LG device, this time its the LG G7 ThinQ, but a fix is said to come soon
HTC and Google may command a higher price for the coming Nexus devices. Some would say comparatively and uncomfortably high.
Dead Nexuses are coming back to life, thanks to the help of winning XDA developers. The Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 2013) have been ported some Nougat.
If we don't learn of anything else, the new Android OS update will take place before Google announces its new Nexus hardware.
Woot was selling new 32GB Nexus 5 smartphones for $150. Customers got 16GB refurbished units. Big oops. The company is trying to make right, though.
The 2013-released Google Nexus 5 can still be purchased in brand-new condition from Woot for a (very) limited time, in exchange for just $150.
The venerable first-generation Google Nexus 5 is possibly the best phone $140 can buy today stateside, even in refurbished condition.
This 64GB Nexus 5 mod is a little beyond our skill level, but it sure is one impressive hack.
A small Google Camera update for Nexus phone owners not on the Android N Developer Preview. And good news for those off the Nexus train.
A supplemental Nexus security update is rolling out to take care of a critical system vulnerability already exploited on at least one N5 unit.
As long as you're comfortable owning a refurbished phone, LG and Google's Nexus 5 is a must-buy on eBay right now, at $140 with 32GB storage.
Did you know Google and LG's Nexus 5 can support microSD storage expansion? Well, not officially, but this simple modification does the trick.
Android 6.0.1 updates are incoming, armed with a bunch of new emoji characters. Get your factory image now for early access.
If you have an itch that needs to be scratched today as opposed to next Friday, Expansys sells the 32GB Nexus 5 and Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7 at $200 each.
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.
While the Nexus 5X starts at $379, the first-gen Nexus 5 costs a super-palatable $175 on eBay in limited quantities.
This year Google returned the Nexus to its roots with the Nexus 5X. How does it stack up against the original Nexus 5? Let's dive right in!
The Nexus 5X isn’t the world’s easiest phone to repair, but a teardown inspection proves it can be done without such great difficulty.
Learn more about Google's current thoughts regarding its partnership with LG, specially given how many Nexus devices it has built for Google
We brought it up in our Android 6.0 primer video: expect bugs. Especially expect them in more front and center areas at first blush before the updates eventually come to patch them. It’s not a rule exclusive to Android, just ask iOS. Twice.
But T-Mobile troubles have appeared (no, not those T-Mobile troubles) and it involves LTE reception on Nexus 5 handsets. One Reddit user noted 3G reception in areas normally flush with LTE. Another user, from AT&T subcarrier Cricket also had a similar experience which got troubleshot with a toggle on-and-off of airplane [...]
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 [...]
T-Mobile has confirmed that the Marshmallow update is in works (or already rolling out) for 17 devices, phones and tablets. Check out to see if yours has it
Can't wait for an OTA update? Worry not, as the first Android Marshmallow factory images for Nexus phones and tablets are out now.