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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.
Google's providing more options for Android obsessives and developers and not making their lives too miserable after a full image flash.
We weren’t expecting this one for our holiday guide. The ASUS-made Nexus 7 tablet from 2013 has been running at about $200 as of recently. Now, as we hear of another Nexus 7 coming our way via Huawei, we are in house clearing mode as a Groupon slash the price of the old one down by half.
$99.99 is the price for the 16GB tablet. It was included in the Android 6.0 updates, too, so if you’re really in it for the deals and steals of tech this season, get it while you can with a “Limited time remaining!”
Source: Groupon Via: PhoneDog
Android 6.0.1 updates are incoming, armed with a bunch of new emoji characters. Get your factory image now for early access.
Can't wait for an OTA update? Worry not, as the first Android Marshmallow factory images for Nexus phones and tablets are out now.
We could be just one week away from the release of the first Android Marshmallow updates for existing hardware.
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.
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
It's taken long enough, but Google's cell-equipped Nexus 7 tablets are finally getting a taste of Lollipop.
Get the links you'll need to install Android 5.0.2 OTA updates on your 2012 or 2013 Nexus 7.
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.
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.
New Android L Developer Preview downloads bring Google Fit support, just in time for the release of the Fit SDK.
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.
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.
This Nexus 7 2013 sale at Staples brings the device's price down to $150, a ridiculous discount from the tablet's usual asking price.