Why would Google send an over-the-air update for the Nexus 6 from 2014 when its last security update was in October? There's no clear explanation.
Anyone remember the original Nexus 6? Anyone still using Google and Motorola's 2014 phablet? Here's your stable Android 7.1.1 update at last.
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.
Qualcomm is fixing some major security holes with this late update, but Android stays at the general 7.1 level and on Nougat.
While the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 are out for major version updates, they continue to be supported for the security updates, like this month's wave.
There’s apparently no end in sight for nagging software issues on Google’s original Nexus 6, now plagued by a bug switching Android 7.1.1 with 7.0.
The update that rolled out earlier this week appeared to break an API that checked the status of the Nexus 6's bootloader, a key factor for Android Pay use.
After waiting for far too long to receive Android 7.1.1 software goodies, many Nexus 6 users have found the update damaging to their speakerphones.
The high-severity Nexus 6 and Nexus 6P exploit was fixed by Google via updates in November for the Nexus 6, and January for the 6P. You should be relatively safe if your device is up to date.
The Nexus 6 is just over two years old and it's about to get the Android 7.1.1 update. It just had to get through a little bump in the road.
If you have a Google Pixel or an eligible Nexus device dating back from at least 2014, you'll be getting this iterative update over the next weeks.
Android is getting a few aesthetic tweaks, deep app shortcuts, better live wallpaper amenities and image keyboard feature sorting.
The pre-loaded Android 7.1 Nougat OS on Pixel phones and 7.1 updates en route to Nexus devices soon are so not the same thing, it turns out.
It's old, but not that old. The Motorola-made Google Nexus 6 finally receives official, widespread OTA Android 7.0 Nougat love.
It's October and the two 2014 Nexus devices are still being held off of official builds of Android Nougat. What's going on here?
Still waiting for official Google Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 LTE Android Nougat factory images? For what it's worth, they're apparently a few weeks away.
The exact cause of Google Nexus 6P's Nougat delay remains under wraps, but Vodafone Australia claims Huawei is working to resolve the "issue" ASAP.
Nexus smartphones dating back to the Nexus 6 will have files ready today, perhaps tomorrow. The Nexus Player, Pixel C and Nexus 9 are also on the list.
Android 7.0 Nougat is on, hot, and slowly rolling out. Images are coming soon, OTAs to Nexus devices within weeks. Now what?
The issue was first reported last week from Nexus 6 phones on T-Mobile and has seen its spread around the world before engineers sussed it out.
Yikes! After T-Mobile claims a win in speed and reliability tests, some of its customers can't use the network likely due to a device glitch.
If we don't learn of anything else, the new Android OS update will take place before Google announces its new Nexus hardware.
The benchmarking app has been taking a ton of Samsung phones for a run lately. Like, more than a ton. Also, what's this OnePlus phone?