Google began rolling out its monthly Android security patches to supported devices today. Those devices include all three generations of the Pixel devices, and for the last time, the Nexus 6P and 5X.
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Google has announced that Android Auto now supports wireless connectivity on select devices with Android 8.0 Oreo such as the company's Pixel handsets, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P in North America.
In today's round of unsurprising news, Google has confirmed that the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Pixel C will not receive the next major update to Android that was announced today, called Android P.
Google has updated the official support page for the notorious Nexus 6P and 5X by extending official support for these devices by a couple of months, after revising its replacement policy.
While Android Beta users will receive the final version of Oreo today, the general rollout won't begin immediately. Here are the devices that will get the Android 8.0 update in the coming weeks.
Having confirmed that the name of its next major OS update will be Oreo, Google is now pushing the final version of the update to those in the Android Beta Program, and published new system images.
Google has published its latest monthly Android security bulletin, and released new system images and OTA files for supported Nexus and Pixel devices, targeting a range of vulnerabilities in the OS.
For owners of the bootloop issue affected Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X devices, we got some good news for you. A developer has created a fix that can reportedly bring the dead handsets back to life.
Google has published its latest monthly Android security bulletin, and released new system images and OTA files for supported Nexus and Pixel devices - but some devices got the update two days ago.
Google has just released its latest Live Cases for the Pixel and Nexus devices in partnership with KISS. The iconic band has 12 limited edition cases that are now available for purchase.
A class-action lawsuit filed last month concerning the hardware bootloop defect in LG's G4 and V10 flagships has been amended to include LG's flagship G5, V20, and Nexus 5X devices.
Today, Google announced the next major iteration of its mobile operating system, Android O, also releasing a Developer Preview build. Here's how you can install it on a supported device right now.
Android 7.1.2 Nougat beta update has finally brought fingerprint gesture support to the LG Nexus 5X. The feature was previously exclusive to Google's Pixel and Pixel XL handsets.
The latest builds for Lineage OS - based on CyanogenMod - are finally available. However, they only support a handful of devices right now, with more handsets to be added soon.
Google has started rolling out Android 7.1.1, saying that it "brings many of the cool features of Pixel to everyone". Here's the list of Nexus and Pixel devices that will get the new version first.
While many manufacturers still haven't upgraded their devices to Android 7.0 Nougat, Google will release Android 7.1.1 - the very latest version of the OS - to eligible Nexus devices on December 6.
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Apparently, LG is sending out emails to some customers who own a faulty Nexus 5X device plagued by the boot loop issue, offering them a full refund as a means for compensation.
Google may have given a glimmer of hope for Nexus 5X and 6P owners with regard to the fingerprint gestures of Android 7.1 that aren't supported due to firmware limitations of last years Nexus devices.
Google today introduced new group plans for its Project Fi cellular network. Pricing doesn't change at $15 per line, but the company promised to continue selling the Nexus 5X and 6P.
Google today released a new Android security update for Nexus devices, for the month of October, 2016. Factory images are available, but Nexus users can wait for the OTA update.
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Google's Nexus 5X is again available in the UK for just £169 SIM-free - but you can actually pick up an unlocked 5X for even less; just £149.99 when purchased with a new £10 EE pay-as-you-go SIM card.
While the Google Store continues to sell the Nexus 5X from £299 SIM-free, it's available elsewhere now for just £169 for the 16GB model, or £229 for the 32GB version, in black, white or ice blue.
If you've been thinking of buying a Nexus 5X, now might be a good time to do so. The 16GB model is currently on sale for just $229.95 - down from $349 - but the offer won't be available for long.
Google reduced the price of its Nexus 5X to as little as $349 earlier this year - but if you've been thinking of buying one, you might want to do so now, as it's currently available for just $269.99.
Google has announced availability of its third Android N Developer Preview, saying that it now offers 'beta quality', and assuring devs that they can feel confident to use it on their main devices.
A video has surfaced showing what seems to be an older build of Windows 10 Mobile running on Google's Nexus 5X phone. This could be another in the list of unsupported devices that runs Windows 10.
Previously, if you wanted to flash an update to your Nexus device, it meant losing all of the data on your phone. This will no longer be an issue, as Google is now offering OTA images.
Almost a year ago, Google launched its own cellular service called Project Fi, running off of the backs of T-Mobile and Sprint's networks, along with Wi-Fi. Here is our review of Google's Project Fi.
Google has introduced new customizable cases for the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P called Live Cases. Other than showing a photo on the back, what makes it unique is that it can interact with the device.
For a limited time, Google is offering $50 off the Nexus 5X and the Nexus 6P in the Google Store. Unlike some previous sales, the deal does not require a Project Fi Activation.
Last week, Google surprised the world and released the Android N Developer Preview. The OS preview contains a number of new features. Here's our hands-on video showing off those new features.
Project Fi is now available to the public, so we're going to review the service. To do that, we had to grab a Nexus 5X. Here's our unboxing and first impressions of the Nexus 5X and Project Fi SIM.
Fixing sluggish, slow, and other performance issues are the target of a new OTA update for Google's Nexus 5X following community feedback. Owners can expect the update very soon.
Google has made a number of announcements regarding their Project Fi wireless service, including a heavily discounted Nexus 5X for users when they buy and activate through Project Fi.
While Google is selling the Nexus 5X priced from £299 SIM-free, a leading UK retailer is selling the device for as little as £249.99. Samsung's Galaxy S6 edge 128GB is also available with £200 off.
Google has again dropped the price of its Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X handsets. The promotional discount will coincide with Valentine's Day and be a limited time offer.
Google launched the Nexus 5X last year as one of its 'showcase' devices for Android 6.0, with prices starting at $379 - but it's now introduced a permanent $30 price cut on the LG-made handset.