Nexus 6 owners have had a dismal experience with Android Nougat. Five months after Google pushed Android 7.0 to phones already on 7.1.1, with disastrous consequences, it's now rolling out 7.1.1 again.
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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.
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.
According to a number of reports on Reddit, those that are using a Nexus 6 that's running Android 7.1.1 Nougat are receiving an over-the-air update that downgrades the device to Android 7.0.
A growing number of Nexus 6 owners are complaining that the Android 7.1.1 update - which was delayed by a month due to a 'last-minute bug' - has caused serious speakerphone issues on their handsets.
Google rolled out Android 7.0 to the Nexus 6 six weeks after its release, and now a month after Android 7.1.1's rollout began, it's still awaiting that OTA update - but the wait is almost over.
According to a new report, Google will finally begin rolling out Android 7.1.1 Nougat to the last of the company's supported Nexus devices in early January, the Motorola Nexus 6.
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.
Nexus 6 owners rejoice as their devices have finally started getting the Android 7.0 update. This comes just ahead of the expected launch of Android 7.1 Nougat and the new Pixel phones.
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.
While Google announced the start of its Android 7.0 rollout last month, owners of some devices have been kept waiting - and those with a Nexus 6 or Nexus 9 LTE will have to wait a while longer.
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.
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.
After getting a heavy discount on eBay during the Black Friday weekend, the Motorola-made Nexus 6 that was launched last year has been discontinued from the official Google Store.
Google has started rolling out a security update for all currently supported Nexus smartphones and tablets to fix various vulnerabilities that were reported by researchers.
Ever wanted to try out Google's Project Fi? To celebrate the launch of its new Nexus 5X, the company is giving out instant invites to anyone who is interested in its wireless service.
The latest and greatest mobile update from Google is available today for select Nexus devices, promising new features including better battery life.
Pre-orders are already open for Google's new Nexus 6P, which it announced this week. But you can now get the device that it replaces - last year's Nexus 6 - for less than half its original price.
Google's latest devices, which it unveiled today, will come with Android 6.0 Marshmallow pre-installed - but the update will begin rolling out to many of its existing Nexus devices on October 5.
A carrier that posted the date on which it would begin rolling out Android 6.0 to existing devices has since deleted those details - but if accurate, it could hint at a faster rollout than Lollipop.
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It looks like prices have been slashed for the Google's Nexus 6. The handset has been discounted to $350 USD and is available in midnight blue and cloud white.
Google says "Android was built from day one with security in mind" - but there's clearly room for improvement, as the company has announced new monthly security updates for its Nexus devices.
Google has announced that, "over the next few days", its latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop update will be available for Nexus 6 handsets on Project Fi, the company's own wireless service.
Google has quietly slashed the cost of its Nexus 6 in the UK, with prices now starting at £303.99 for the unlocked 32GB model - £175 cheaper than what Motorola is still charging for the device.
The very latest Lollipop release is now rolling out to Google's Nexus 6 on AT&T - but while this update brings bug fixes and 'stability improvements', don't expect a long list of new features.
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Google made a slight slip-up in promoting its 'Smart Lock for Passwords' feature on its website, using an image of a Nexus 6 handset that appears to be running Windows Phone.
Google's flagship Nexus 6 smartphone is currently available with $150 off its regular starting price of $649, but don't wait too long - the discount won't be around indefinitely.
Motorola is holding a 48 hour sale in the UK beginning at midnight on May 18th where the Moto X, Nexus 6 and Moto 360 will be available with these hefty discounts.
Google's Nexus 6 is usually priced from $649, but T-Mobile is now offering both the 32GB and 64GB models of the high-end handset with $100 off - but it's not clear how long this pricing will last.
As part of Google's latest quarterly report, the company's chief financial officer revealed that a portion of its earnings were impacted by a "decline" in revenues from its Nexus range.
Google has finally unveiled their rumoured wireless network, dubbing it "Project Fi" and revealing a novel pricing structure. There are, however, some strict limitations as of now.
Google could finally launch its own wireless phone service starting Wednesday. While details are scarce, the new service would only charge clients for data used.
In a blind test conducted by Phone Arena, the Nokia Lumia 930, with its 20MP sensor, has won out over a range of high-end competitors, winning with over 6,000 votes.
Google might be working on a VPN service of its own to protect users accessing the internet through public Wi-Fi networks as the feature has been spotted in the latest build of Android Lollipop.
The Google Store is the new home for the company's latest and greatest devices, which have now been removed from its Play Store - but it seems that its Nexus 5 has finally reached the end of the road.
Five months after it was first unveiled, the Nexus 6 will be making its way to Verizon this week, priced at $249.99 on a two-year plan - and it will come with the latest version of Android on board.
The newest version of Google's mobile OS is now rolling out to Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 devices. It brings bug fixes and new features such as Device Protection, HD voice support and dual SIM capabilities.