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google fi will replace bricked nexus 5x with moto x4


some phones age more gracefully than the nexus 5x. later in its lifecycle, reports of nexus 5x devices getting stuck in bootloops began to flood support forums. many folks with bootlooping lg’s last nexus phone had to get them replaced or refunded.the nexus 5x’s hardware has been well discontinued and refurbished nexus 5x units are running out. as a result, project fi has started offering the moto x4 as the nexus 5x’s replacement under project fi’s device protection.if you’re covered under project fi and your nexus 5x fails, you can pay a $69 deductible and receive a new moto x4 as a replacement. the moto x4 is a great replacement for the nexus 5x. it has an identical screen (5.2” 1080p) and it runs a snapdragon 630 cpu, one that is much more efficient than the 5x’s snapdragon 808 so batte






google brings the $399 android one moto x4 to project fi (and the u.s.)


google today announced that the android onemoto x4 is now available for pre-order on its project fi page.like other android one phones, the mid-range moto x4, comes with a pure version of android without any bloatware. this marks the first time an android one phone is available on project fi, google’s own virtual cell network, and it also marks the moto x4’s arrival in the united states (previously it was only available in a select number of countries in europe).given that it’s an android one phone, the android one version will, of course, not come with the alexa integration that the x4 is shipping with in other countries. at $399, you’re obviously not getting the high-end specs of a flagship phone, but it still comes with two rear cameras (12mp and 8mp) for wide-angle and portraits and su






huawei nexus 6p will get oreo on september 11, according to rogers


android oreo 8.0 has already hit the google pixel and google pixel xl. there is still question as to when nexus devices will start to see the major android update. after all, the last generation of nexus devices (nexus 5x and nexus 6p) are on the top of google’s priority for oreo.canadian carrier rogers has its firmware schedule up and it shows that the nexus 6p is expected to receive android 8.0 oreo on september 11.keep in mind that it’s entirely possible the schedule is inaccurate. it’s entirely possible that we can see the 6p get oreo before, or, or after the expected date. if you do find the ota notification before the eleventh on the nexus 6p, be sure to leave us a tip!source | via






google posts android 7.1.2 nougat factory images


not too long after google began rolling out the newest (though incremental) android 7.1.2 nougat update, google has gone all out and posted the official factory images for various nexus and pixel devices. this all happens only a couple of weeks after google began pushing the final 7.1.2 beta build for similar devices.full factory images of these latest builds are available for: google pixel, google pixel xl, pixel c, nexus 6p, nexus 5x, and nexus player. neither the nexus 6 nor the nexus 9 have been updated to 7.1.2 as their product cycles indicate they will only be updated with security patches from here on out.if you’ve already downloaded and installed the ota on your google pixel or nexus device, there is no further action required on your part. a device’s factory image can be used to r






google posts android 7.1.2 nougat factory images


not too long after google began rolling out the newest (though incremental) android 7.1.2 nougat update, google has gone all out and posted the official factory images for various nexus and pixel devices. this all happens only a couple of weeks after google began pushing the final 7.1.2 beta build for similar devices.full factory images of these latest builds are available for: google pixel, google pixel xl, pixel c, nexus 6p, nexus 5x, and nexus player. neither the nexus 6 nor the nexus 9 have been updated to 7.2.1 as their product cycles indicate they will only be updated with security patches from here on out.if you’ve already downloaded and installed the ota on your google pixel or nexus device, there is no further action required on your part. a device’s factory image can be used to r






nexus player gains support for google assistant via november security patch


the google nexus player was first introduced back in late-2014 around the time that android lollipop launched. since then, google’s tv nexus device powered by android tv has been receiving updates. it was updated to oreo a couple of months ago which brought a brand-new interface to the streaming device.although the device is clearly missing from google’s list of devices supported with software updates, the nexus player received an update with the latest security bulletin from google. when booting the nexus player back up, a prompt introduces google assistant for the device. you can use either the bundled remote or the android tv app to talk to google assistant.considering that google is still updating the nexus player, we could speculate that it may be working on releasing a tv streaming b






nexus player gains support for google assistant via november security patch


the google nexus player was first introduced back in late-2014 around the time that android nougat launched. since then, google’s tv nexus device powered by android tv has been receiving updates. it was updated to oreo a couple of months ago which brought a brand-new interface to the streaming device.although the device is clearly missing from google’s list of devices supported with software updates, the nexus player received an update with the latest security bulletin from google. when booting the nexus player back up, a prompt introduces google assistant for the device. you can use either the bundled remote or the android tv app to talk to google assistant.considering that google is still updating the nexus player, we could speculate that it may be working on releasing a tv streaming box






nexus 6 and nexus 9 won't get android 7.1.2


it turns out that the motorola nexus 6 and htc nexus 9 are getting the cold shoulder on the android 7.1.2 update. that was confirmed to droidlife by a google employee. android 7.1.2 is the next planned update and will be out in a few months with some optimizations and bug fixes. since both the nexus 9 and nexus 6 are past their updates-guaranteed timeframe (2 years) it's no surprise to see them left out.on a positive note google will continue to bring the must-have security patches to both devices for at least another year. that's good news for people reluctant to let go of their older nexus devices.source






moto x4 android one smartphone becomes official for fi, priced at $399


the previously leaked android one version of the moto x4 has been made official by google and motorola today. it's the first android one device that will be sold in the united states. you'll be able to purchase it from fi, google's carrier, for $399.under the hood this is identical to the already unveiled moto x4, coming with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, qualcomm snapdragon 630 chipset, 3gb of ram, 32gb of expandable storage, and a 3,000 mah battery.on the rear there's a 12 mp + 8 mp dual camera setup, while selfies are snapped by a 16 mp shooter. the moto x4 is ip68 rated for water and dust resistance, and is offered in two colors: super black and sterling blue. the phone launches running android 7.1 nougat in its purest form - unadulterated, unmodified, straight from google.an update to and






moto x4 to be the new mid-tier smartphone on google's project fi


yesterday the official twitter account for google's mvno, project fi, said we should expect a mid-tier priced smartphone to be supported by its network "later this year". it didn't provide any hints as to what exact device that would be, only mentioning that it would come from one of google's partners.today a new report sheds some light on the particulars of the arrangement, revealing that the moto x4 is the handset in question. this oft-rumored smartphone still hasn't been announced, and it may still be a while before that happens because it's apparently only scheduled to be released in the fourth quarter of this year.the moto x4 will revive the previously flagship x line for motorola, sitting in its roster just below the top of the line z models. the marketing materials will refer to the






lenovo moto x4 to feature 5.2-inch display, dual cameras: report


venturebeat/evleaks new photos have leaked of what is believed to be lenovo's moto x4, set to launch by the end of the year, according to venturebeat. lenovo plans to sell three million moto zs, moto mods will be compatible over next three years with failed attempts at smartphone modularity, i've been hesitant to spend money on accessories. but motorola mobility recently revealed that we can count on moto mods for at least three years.the 5.2-inch, aluminum moto x4 handset is believed to carry a dual-lens camera and ip68 water resistance, the report said. a front fingerprint scanner will be able to recognize gestures. the handset is believed to be run by a near stock version of android 7.1.1 nougat. full specifications are believed to be:5.2-inch display (full hd resolution)dual lens (8-me






weekly poll results: people are warming up to android one, nexus line still miss


with android one phones picking up speed, we asked you if you thought that this line of google-backed smartphones could take the place of the discontinued nexus line.the likes of xiaomi mi a1 and motorola moto x4 won the vote, though barely. a major concern was that these two are still running nougat while the pixels and supported nexus phones are already on oreo.people also wished for some higher-end specs – the nexus were flagship phones, after all. we’re not sure if we’ll see that, instead phones like the new nokias and oneplus will be delivering pure android and premium spec.there’s an argument to be made for keeping android one true to its original purpose – affordable android phones with reliable software. like the recent krack vulnerability in wi-fi’s wpa2 showed, timely security up






google makes the february android security update official


if it's the first monday of the month (and it is), then it's time for google to release a new android security update. and, like clockwork, this has happened today. following earlier reports of the new release going out to the huawei nexus 6p, google has posted ota zip files and full system images for all of the nexus and pixel devices it supports.the new updates are obviously also headed to these devices over-the-air, though as always with google rollouts it will probably take a few weeks for all units out there to get the new software this way.after you apply the new update, the google pixel and pixel xl will be on one of two build numbers: nof26w is rogers-only, while nof26v covers everyone else using every other carrier in the world. nuf26k is for nexus 6p units on verizon, n4f26o for






the lenovo moto z will soon be daydream ready


the verizon-exclusive moto z droid and the moto z force droid smartphones have been out for some time, along with a handful of moto mods. now, lenovo-owned motorola is announcing a third device under the new z line — the moto z play droid — and this one’s got a headphone jack. there’s also a new camera mod called the hasselblad true zoom that turns your moto z phone into a point-and-shoot camera.now, the phones are set to get even better with a nougat update that will make the phones the first non-google devices to be daydream compatible. in other words, you’ll be able to slip the phones into the google daydream view or other daydream headsets to enjoy the best mobile virtual reality experience to date.as far as the phones themselves go, here’s everything you need to know.all three devices






may security patch for pixel and nexus devices is now available


google has delivered the may security patch for its nexus and pixel branded devices. the latest factory images and ota files for the pixel/pixel xl, nexus 6/6p, nexus 9, nexus 5x, pixel c, and nexus player have been released.there's currently no information on when the actual ota roll out will begin, although that shouldn't take long given that update files are now available for download. but if you're in a rush, head to the source links below to manually update your device.source 12 | via






google istant will arrive on on the nexus 6p and nexus 5x soon, rumor says


one of the unique selling points for google's pixel and pixel xl has so far been the integrated google istant. the more conver ional virtual istant offers a more polished experience when talking to it compared to past iterations that weren't called istant. despite that, the istant's capabilities are still more limited in certain areas than what google now used to provide, but that doesn't mean people don't want it on their non-pixel android devices.the lg g6 may be the first such smartphone to get the google istant built-in, but apparently it won't be the last. a new rumor says the huawei nexus 6p and lg nexus 5x will finally receive the istant alongside the next "major" android update that will hit these devices.no other, less vague details have been shared unfortunately. however, the use






find out when your phone getting android 7.0 nougat?


android 7.1.1 nougat has been out for some time, but manufacturers and carriers are still lagging behind in pushing updates to devices. now we’re on 7.1.2, but it’s still in beta and only offers bug fixes and optimizations.the nexus 6, nexus 5x, nexus 6p, nexus 9, pixel, pixel xl, nexus player, and pixel c devices, as well as the general mobile 4g, an android one smartphone, should have the 7.1.1 update. the beta for 7.1.2 is gradually rolling out to the following enrolled devices: pixel, pixel xl, nexus 5x, nexus 6p, nexus player, and pixel c. android 7.1.1 will be the last version update for the nexus 6 and the nexus 9, but the devices will continue receiving security updates.more: hands on with nougat: android 7.0 is google’s sweetest update yetmost manufacturers and carriers are still






find out when your phone getting android 7.0 nougat?


android 7.1.1 nougat has been out for some time, but manufacturers and carriers are still lagging behind in pushing updates to devices. now we’re on 7.1.2, but it’s still in beta and only offers bug fixes and optimizations.the nexus 6, nexus 5x, nexus 6p, nexus 9, pixel, pixel xl, nexus player, and pixel c devices, as well as the general mobile 4g, an android one smartphone, should have the 7.1.1 update. the beta for 7.1.2 is gradually rolling out to the following enrolled devices: pixel, pixel xl, nexus 5x, nexus 6p, nexus player, and pixel c. android 7.1.1 will be the last version update for the nexus 6 and the nexus 9, but the devices will continue receiving security updates.more: hands on with nougat: android 7.0 is google’s sweetest update yetmost manufacturers and carriers are still






weekly poll: can android one phones replace the nexus line?


android one's initial lineup was pretty obscure – low-end phones from brands you haven’t heard of. but a couple of recent phones are filling the gap left by the discontinued nexus line, namely affordable but capable phones with software controlled by google.we just finished reviewing the xiaomi mi a1 and we came away impressed. for around €250 give or take you can have a 5.5” 1080p screen, dual 12mp camera and long battery life (s625 chipset + 3,080mah battery, 80h endurance).you can get a similar redmi phone with miui for a bit less but xiaomi’s software is a “love it or hate it” kind of thing.motorola has a similar phone – the moto x4. it’s smaller with its 5.2” 1080p screen, but has a newer snapdragon 630 chipset (and a similar 3,000mah battery). the 12mp dual pixel camera has a slight






nexus 6p: problems users have and how to fix them


the nexus 6p is by far the best nexus phone ever, but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect. unfortunately, every new phone seems to have a few issues, and the nexus 6p is no exception. we have compiled a list of the top complaints from nexus 6p owners, along with how to either fix or workaround them, until google offers a remedy through an update.bluetooth connectivity issuesbluetooth issues are very common with smartphones, but this one has some people sending their phone back to google because it’s so frustrating. users are dealing with everything from random disconnects, no sound at the beginning of phone calls, and stuttering or skipping sound while streaming bluetooth audio.the issue seems to be related to particular automobiles or headsets. my nexus 6p has good bluetooth audio performance






the moto x5 will succeed the moto x4 in 2018


motorola is working on the successor to the moto x4 and it will be called the moto x5. the name (and logo) were leaked by evan blass (a.k.a. @evleaks), in the same manner in which he leaked the moto x4's name and logo earlier this year.the moto x5 will be unveiled sometime in 2018 - we can hope for ces in january or the mwc in at the end of february, but chances are slim. the moto x4 was announced in august and released in october so it could be quite a while before we hear or see anything specific about the moto x5.






google outs android security update for march, factory images and otas are up


it's that time of the month again, namely the first monday. and that's when google normally releases the details about the latest android security update. things are no different today, with the company making the revised security bulletin available for those eager to dive into the minutiae of all the patches that make up the march security update.additionally, factory images and ota zip files incorporating the new fixes are up for grabs for supported pixel and nexus devices.the respective build numbers are nof27b for the pixel and pixel xl (except for rogers customers, who should get nof27c), n4f26t for the pixel c, nexus 9, nexus 5x, and nexus 6p (except for verizon customers, who get nuf26n), and n6f26u for the nexus 6. for some reason there are no updated builds for the nexus player at






‘instant tethering’ feature now rolling out to pixel and nexus devices


this isn’t the first time we’ve heard of this feature. in fact, instant tethering was a feature that began rolling out about three weeks ago on pixel devices. the way this feature works is the following: bluetooth is used to talk between two of your google devices. if a nexus or pixel tablet finds itself without a wi-fi connection, it can ask your connected nexus or pixel smartphone to flick on its mobile spot; all is done with a single tap, and there is no need to take out your smartphone.google’s omri amarilio went to the pixel user community on google’s product forums to outline how the feature works and in what context you’d be able to use it. he ends the post with a question for everyone reading about instant tethering: “where did you last wish you had internet on your tablet?google’s






google decides to give the nexus 6p and nexus 5x two more months of security upd


google's software update policy for its nexus and pixel devices states it provides two years of feature updates and three years of security updates from when a product is first brought to market.so far, the company's page that reveals when support is expected to end listed the huawei nexus 6p and lg nexus 5x as getting their last security patches in september 2018. now though, without any announcement on the matter, the same page says they will get two additional months of security updates - until november 2018, to be precise.it's unclear why this happened, but it will certainly be good news to those who still cling to the last two nexuses. on the other hand, you really shouldn't expect to see any more big feature updates for the duo after android 8.0 oreo which started rolling out last mo






google outs july security patches for pixel and nexus devices


at the beginning of each month google releases a new set of security patches for android, and july is no exception. these are sent out by the company to the devices it manages software updates for - nexuses and pixels, namely. and then at some later point you should expect various android device makers to update their products with these security fixes (yet it's interesting to see that nokia pushed out these patches before google this month).as usual, most non-pixel or nexus phones and tablets will get a patchset that will make them be on the july 1 level afterwards. the pixels and nexuses, on the other hand, will get additional hardware-related fixes, taking them to the july 5 security patch level.if you have a supported device (pixel, pixel xl, nexus 6p, nexus 5x, pixel c, nexus 6, nexus






google assistant fully rolling out to non-pixel devices


google assistant is ultimately the successor of google now, and the assistant’s transition has taken a while. debuting on google allo, then making its way to the google pixel with android nougat, and more recently, though slowly, making its way to more non-pixel/nexus devices. the initial rollout began over a week ago.droid-life reports that it has received an influx of notifications and messages on various social media with happy readers reporting that google has flipped the switch for google assistant on non-pixel devices. in fact, the rollout is in full effect. we summoned google now on two galaxy s7 edge devices, as well as a moto z force, and all of them got the “meet google assistant” prompts.google assistant is rolling out now english users in the us. next in line are english users






moto x play is now receiving the update to android 7.1.1 nougat


the moto x play from 2015 is the latest smartphone to be graced with an update to android nougat, perhaps surprisingly given its age. moreover, this model is getting android 7.1.1, and not 7.0 like most non-nexus or pixel devices have so far. that's a good thing too, because one can't have too many bug fixes.motorola's official support site already has documentation about this update listed, so the over-the-air rollout should have started by now.aside from bringing you a more recent iteration of google's mobile os, this release also contains all the security fixes outed so far. thus after applying the update you will have the may 1, 2017 security patch level.thanks for the tip, liu min han!source | via 1 | via 2






google pushing android 7.0 downgrade ota to 7.1.1-powered nexus 6 units


recently, after there was enough noise that the march security update for the motorola nexus 6 broke android pay, google acknowledged the issue, and said that the problem is being investigated.apparently, the company wasn't able to find an easy solution, as it has now started pushing a downgrade ota to android 7.1.1-powered units that forces them back on to version 7.0.users have no option but go for the update as google says that's the only way to "guarantee future ota updates." following is the reply a google community manager posted on reddit thread discussing the new 7.0 update:"hey all, there was a recent ota update for android 7.0 that is causing confusion for some nexus 6 users. for those of you that want to guarantee future ota updates, you will need to get back on the 7.0 supporte






google pushing android 7.0 downgrade ota to 7.1.1-powered nexus 6 units


recently, after there was enough noise that the march security update for the motorola nexus 6 broke android pay, google acknowledged the issue, and said that the problem is being investigated.apparently, the company wasn't able to find an easy solution, as it has now started pushing a downgrade ota to android 7.1.1-powered units that forces them back on to version 7.0.users have no option but go for the update as google says that's the only way to "guarantee future ota updates." following is the reply a google community manager posted on reddit thread discussing the new 7.0 update:"hey all, there was a recent ota update for android 7.0 that is causing confusion for some nexus 6 users. for those of you that want to guarantee future ota updates, you will need to get back on the 7.0 supporte






moto x 2017 smartphone | news, specs, rumors, and more


why it matters to you lenovo has offered solid budget and midrange options under the moto brand as of late, and hopefully the moto x can continue that trend.it looks like the much-loved and somewhat iconic moto x may not be dead just yet. once known as motorola’s flagship, the moto x could soon be reborn as a more midrange phone now that the moto z has taken over as the brand’s top-tier device.here’s everything we think we know about the moto x’s return.more: lenovo moto g5 plus reviewdesignlate last year, a new phone dubbed the “moto x 2017” was first leaked online by prolific rumor purveyor @onleaks. renders show a curved, chamfered handset somewhat resembling lenovo’s moto z. unlike the moto z, this device appeared to have a screen measuring 5.2 inches in length rather than the traditio






nexus 6p and 5x don't support this new android o feature


google has confirmed that the huawei-made nexus 6p and lg-made nexus 5x don't offer support for aptx bluetooth streaming, a new feature that the company's upcoming mobile os - android o - offers.the confirmation came in the form a reply from a google developer to a question put up by a user on the company's issue tracker website.here's what the developer said: "unfortunately, aptx and aptx hd are not supported on nexus 6p and nexus 5x - only on newer devices."for those who aren't aware, aptx is a proprietary streaming protocol currently owned by qualcomm. in layman's terms, it is aimed at providing better audio over bluetooth. in fact, qualcomm claims aptx audio enables "cd-like quality" wireless audio.source | via






find out when your phone is getting android 7.0 nougat


android 7.1.1 nougat has been out for some time, but manufacturers and carriers are still lagging behind in pushing updates to devices. now we’re on 7.1.2, but it’s still in beta and only offers bug fixes and optimizations.the nexus 6, nexus 5x, nexus 6p, nexus 9, pixel, pixel xl, nexus player, and pixel c devices, as well as the general mobile 4g, an android one smartphone, should have the 7.1.1 update. the beta for 7.1.2 is gradually rolling out to the following enrolled devices: pixel, pixel xl, nexus 5x, nexus 6p, nexus player, and pixel c. android 7.1.1 will be the last version update for the nexus 6 and the nexus 9, but the devices will continue receiving security updates.more: hands on with nougat: android 7.0 is google’s sweetest update yetmost manufacturers and carriers are still






find out when your phone is getting android 7.0 nougat


android 7.1.1 nougat has been out for some time, but manufacturers and carriers are still lagging behind in pushing updates to devices. now we’re on 7.1.2, but it’s still in beta and only offers bug fixes and optimizations.the nexus 6, nexus 5x, nexus 6p, nexus 9, pixel, pixel xl, nexus player, and pixel c devices, as well as the general mobile 4g, an android one smartphone, should have the 7.1.1 update. the beta for 7.1.2 is gradually rolling out to the following enrolled devices: pixel, pixel xl, nexus 5x, nexus 6p, nexus player, and pixel c. android 7.1.1 will be the last version update for the nexus 6 and the nexus 9, but the devices will continue receiving security updates.more: hands on with nougat: android 7.0 is google’s sweetest update yetmost manufacturers and carriers are still






find out when your phone is getting android 7.0 nougat


android 7.1.1 nougat has been out for some time, but manufacturers and carriers are still lagging behind in pushing updates to devices. now we’re on 7.1.2, but it’s still in beta and only offers bug fixes and optimizations.the nexus 6, nexus 5x, nexus 6p, nexus 9, pixel, pixel xl, nexus player, and pixel c devices, as well as the general mobile 4g, an android one smartphone, should have the 7.1.1 update. the beta for 7.1.2 is gradually rolling out to the following enrolled devices: pixel, pixel xl, nexus 5x, nexus 6p, nexus player, and pixel c. android 7.1.1 will be the last version update for the nexus 6 and the nexus 9, but the devices will continue receiving security updates.more: hands on with nougat: android 7.0 is google’s sweetest update yetmost manufacturers and carriers are still






bio snap: fingerprint camera download


download download bio snap for android empowers the fingerprint scanner on the google nexus 5x or 6p for capturing selfies. this app requires root access and has been tested for flawless performance only on the 2015 line of nexus devices. 1. after the one-time help page, restart the app to begin2 to quit, lock and unlock the screen of your device (if not, the fingerprint scanner will continue fishing for inputs) this app currently works perfect with google camera but hasn't been tested for results with the others. support for other camera apps will be added soon. stay tuned. (p. s. this app is only for 2015 nexus devices = 5x / 6p) (p. s. make sure your nexus is rooted).






android security: google's may update hits bugs with critical patches for nexus,


pixel and supported nexus devices should receive the complete patch in an over-the-air update in the coming days. image: cnet google has released its may security bulletin for android with patches available for nexus and pixel devices.as with previous updates, the may security update for android is split into two patch levels. the one called 2017-05-01 is the partial security patch level while 2017-05-05 is the complete security patch level. for privacy and security, change these android settings right now all android devices are different, but they all come with some basic security and privacy features. here are the important tweaks to get started.owners of supported nexus and pixel devices should receive the complete patch in an over-the-air update in the coming days, or they can get it






how to install android m (marshmallow) on nexus devices


google has announced the android m developer preview, which means that although it’s not quite ready for the public just yet, you can try the early version out for yourself if you have a compatible nexus device, a little technical know-how, and our handy guide. google is offering the preview for the nexus 5, nexus 6, nexus 9, and the nexus player.before jumping in, there are a few important things to remember. this software is a developer preview, which means that it will have more than a few bugs that could spoil your day. if that sounds annoying, then it may not be for you. however, if you want to live life on the cutting edge with android m, that’s the price you’ll have to pay. the good news is that if you want to revert back to android 5.0 lollipop, you can do so quite easily.also, the






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