Those who signed up for the Google app Beta channel previously are now getting the “alpha” release of the Google app v6.13 update, which as per the users has lots of bugs. Continue reading “Google App Alpha update with Google Assistant for non-Pixel phones pops up online”
Google rolling out a new Android feature to Pixel and Nexus devices. Dubbed as Instant Tethering, the feature lets you share a cellular data connection between certain Pixel and Nexus devices via Wi-Fi when they’re signed in to the same Google Account. Continue reading “Android’s Instant Tethering feature is rolling out to Pixel and Nexus devices”
Google has updated its Camera app with a bunch of new features to the Nexus devices. The app gets a UI overhaul and also brings camera improvements. Continue reading “Google Camera app gets new UI, Auto-HDR+ mode for Nexus 6P, 5X and 6”
Google released final Android 7.1.1 Developer Preview 2 for Nexus devices earlier this week. Now we have an idea of the exact release date of the update. Continue reading “Android 7.1.1 Nougat update will start rolling out for Nexus devices from Dec. 6”
In latest news, LG’s US subsidiary has started offering refunds to Nexus 5X users if they are experiencing boot loops on their device. Instead of fixing or replacing the device, the company is offering a full refund, as it doesn’t have the necessary parts to replace them with. Continue reading “LG offering full refund for faulty Nexus 5X units facing boot loop issues”
Google is said to drop the Nexus branding from upcoming Sailfish and Marlin smartphones, according to a new report from Android Central.
Continue reading “Google to reportedly drop the Nexus branding for its upcoming smartphones”
Earlier this week, we saw screenshots that suggested Google is going to change the launcher for new Nexus devices. Now, Android Police is offering a glimpse of more tweaks that are coming to 2016 Nexus devices with Android 7.0 Nougat. Continue reading “Nexus 2016 devices to get Night Light mode, dual-tab settings and ambient display UI”
Google is apparently going to revamp the launcher on upcoming Nexus devices that are rumored to be codenamed as Marlin and Sailfish, according to a latest report from Android Police.
Continue reading “Google tipped to bring redesigned launcher for 2016 Nexus phones”
A recent design leak of the upcoming Nexus 2016 by Android Police had suggested that Google might go for a completely new design language for the device with two-tone colors at the back. Now a Reddit user has recreated the colors theme which in our opinion Google should definitely consider. Continue reading “Google Nexus 2016 Photoshop color render by a Reddit user is worth a look”
We already know that HTC is working on M1 and S1 Nexus devices. Rumored specifications of both the phones were leaked recently and now, Android Police has shared an image that offers a glimpse at the design of the phone.
Continue reading “New leak offers first look at HTC Nexus Sailfish and Marlin design”
Google is not responsible for the Nexus smartphones when it comes to manufacturing and design. However, a new report from The Telegraph says the company is set to release own branded smartphone by the end of this year. Continue reading “Google tipped to release own branded phone by end of 2016”
We already know that HTC is working on M1 and S1 Nexus devices. Now a new leak has given out specifications for the S1 Nexus device which is codenamed as Sailfish.
Continue reading “HTC ‘Sailfish’ Nexus specs surface in new leak”
Google has updated its support page with details about when each Nexus device will stop receiving Android updates. Continue reading “Google reveals when it will stop Android updates for Nexus devices”