When Google released the developer preview images today for Android 8.1 Oreo, the Nexus Player was notably missing. The company has now confirmed that the device will not receive the update.
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Google has finally published the factory images for Android 8.0 Oreo for its Nexus Player device, which is currently the oldest supported device in Google's lineup of Nexuses and Pixels.
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.
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, Google has begun rolling out the latest version of Android, 7.1.2 Nougat, to some of its Pixel and Nexus devices, which lines up with earlier reports.
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.
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.
Google originally introduced the Nexus Player in 2014 as a showcase device for Android 5.0 Lollipop - but its days have finally come to an end, as the company has removed it from its store.
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.
When Google released the second Android N Developer Preview over two weeks ago, it wasn't available for the Nexus Player. Today, Google has released an image for the set-top box.
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 year after being unveiled as a 'hero' device for Android 5.0 Lollipop - and a week before Android 6.0 is officially announced - the Nexus Player has become even more affordable, with a 50% discount.
From a Moose infection and holographic pets, to a new Windows build, cross-platform Cortana, Periscope on Play and Microsoft's crapware crackdown, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Just a few months after the Nexus Player went on sale for $99, Google has reduced the price of the ASUS-built Android TV box to just $79, ahead of its I/O developer conference this week.
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 released the first factory image of its latest OS update, Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, and the first device to get it isn't one of its phones or tablets, but the Nexus Player Android TV box.
From British mobile mayhem and Galaxy pre-orders, to the state of Windows apps, strange bedfellows, Halo revelations and free flights with a low-end Lumia, it's our review of the week's top tech news.
Google has announced the launch of its Nexus Player multimedia set-top box in the UK, where it is priced at £79.99, with an optional gamepad also available for £34.99.
Over five months after Google first unveiled the Nexus Player, it will finally go on sale in the UK this week. Pre-orders of the Android TV device are already available, priced at £79.99.
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.
Google has suspended pre-orders of its new Nexus Player, the $99 set-top box running Android 5.0 Lollipop, after it emerged that the device has still not been certified for sale in the US by the FCC.
A third device was unexpectedly announced by Google today: the Nexus Player - a set-top box built by ASUS, which runs Android TV and includes a voice-activated remote, with a gamepad sold separately.