On Monday, Google pushed out March’s security patch to its Nexus and Pixel devices. Most of the updates pushed through without issue, except for the Nexus 6’s Android 7.1.1 build that caused an issue with Android Pay. Well, an issue with Android’s SafetyNet was likely the culprit behind Android Pay not working , so Google pulled the update for the Nexus 6. (more…)
Google just posted the Android security update for March 2017 and the files are already live for a number of devices. We were expecting this in part because of Verizon’s early acknowledgement of the update, but also because it’s the first Monday of the month.
So far, we are seeing 7.1.1 files for Pixel and Pixel XL (NOF27B, NOF27C), Pixel C (N4F26T), Nexus 6P (N4F26T, NUF26N), Nexus 5X (N4F26T), Nexus 6 (N6F26U), Nexus Player (NMF27D), and Nexus 9 (N4F26T). (more…)
Google just posted the Android security update for February 2017 and the files are already live for a number of devices.
So far, we are seeing 7.1.1 files for Pixel and Pixel XL (NOF26V, NOF26W), Pixel C (N4F26O), Nexus 6P (N4F26O, NUF26K), Nexus 5X (N4F26O), Nexus 6 (N6F26R), Nexus Player (NMF26X), and Nexus 9 (N4F26Q). The Nexus 6 also got new 7.0.0 builds of NBD91Y and NBD91Z. (more…)
Google is ready to release November’s Android security update today and has kicked off the rollout by posting factory images and OTA .zip files. We are seeing both 7.1 and 7.0 files for Pixel and Nexus devices. (more…)
Motorola published a complete list of devices that will see Nougat at some point, with fifteen devices making the cut at this time. As you might expect, newer devices like the Moto Z and DROID Turbo 2 are listed, but others that could also be labeled as new, such as the Moto G (2015), are absent from the list.
Other notables included are the Nexus 6, DROID Maxx 2, Moto X Pure Edition (3rd Gen), and the 4th Gen lineup of the Moto G. It should also be noted that no Moto E devices are listed here. (more…)