It was easy to predict but that doesn't make it any less sad. Discontinued way back in 2016, Google's Nexus Player is officially reaching the end of the road in terms of software support as well.
On this week's show: the Trump administration plays with nationalizing private-sector infrastructure, the spec wars continue on in China and Huawei prepares for launch.
It appears not all US-based owners of LG G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X phones plagued by the bootloop defect will be compensated for their sorrow after all.
Those who owned the G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X and experienced bootloops during usage are apparently getting vindication.
If you're the unlucky owner of a faulty Project Fi Nexus 5X... with device protection, you're suddenly in luck, as Google will give you a Moto X4 to replace your old phone.
One developer was able to extract a key tool that allows for the Pixel 2 phones to get portrait-style pictures without needing a second rear camera.
How well do the members of the Pocketnow team know one another? In this season of giving, what gifts would they send each other?
The update is on the loose, but if waiting up to two weeks to get the latest file, you can download and flash the one ROM to rule these devices.
More details about further fixes and special features for the Pixel and Nexus devices will be disclosed later. The first batch is out now.
Google's MVNO isn't able to service or replace damaged Nexus 5X units anymore. For those on its Device Protection plan, it's break or be done with it.
The maintenance review update is coming next month, but the beta goes on for another month. This time around, optimizations for low-spec devices.
On the whole, it's safe for Android devices to interact with Wi-Fi — even with the KRACK bug in effect — but it'd be nice to get that patch expedited.
Those devices have the November 5 level patch, which does not have the fix. Let's hope Pixels and Nexuses get there sooner rather than later.
The month's security update is out with patches to combat KRACK and system vulnerabilities. The Pixel 2 XL is the biggest beneficiary.
If you have a problem and happen to have forgotten your unlock code for some reason, you better hope you don't need a factory reset.
Google's Phone, Contacts and Android Messages apps will link video calls to the Duo app on Pixel, Nexus and Android One phones.
The new November 2018 guarantee gives the two 2015-era devices an extra two months of security patch support from Google. No reason why we can tell.
New build names and the last major update, potentially, for phones named Nexus. Android 8.0 is out on the Google devices.
This week on our show, we talk with Digital Trends's Julian Chokkattu about what we saw at the #HelloMotoWorld event. Also, more screens for Meizu!
The aptX and aptX HD codecs aren't supported on the 2015 Nexus phones. They feature the same audio chip as the LG G4, though, which has aptX.
Right after HMD Global updated its Nokia 6 devices in Hong Kong and Taiwan. The big fixes in this set of patches include a major media framework hole.
Its current and prospective customers are, too. And Google's telling them to wait for later this year to see that budget phone come to life.
There's some more corroboration around the rumors that LG will provide OLED displays for the larger so-called Pixel XL 2 model.