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Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X Have Seemingly Reached The End Of Their Lives

Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X Have Seemingly Reached The End Of Their Lives

We’ve known for a while now that the Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5X would be reaching the end of the life. Last year it was announced that they would only receive their Android security updates until
RIP, Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X

RIP, Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X

It looks like the end has finally come – the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X did not receive the January 2019 Android security patch. That’s not super surprising, since they were no longer guaranteed to pick-up
January 2019 Android Security Update Goes Live for Pixel Devices

January 2019 Android Security Update Goes Live for Pixel Devices

Google just released the January 2019 Android security patch for Pixel devices. It appears that we already have both factory image and OTA files ready to be downloaded for those willing to do some
Forget the yule log: Watch our Nexus 5X bootloop all day for some holiday cheer

Forget the yule log: Watch our Nexus 5X bootloop all day for some holiday cheer

The holiday season is in full swing, and this year, we have something special for you. Forget the yule log fireplace videos, the marathons of 1983's A Christmas Story on TV, and the holiday music
Get your December Pixel updates: 'Improved memory performance,' 2016 Pixels absent (again), Nexus 5X and 6P not left behind

Get your December Pixel updates: 'Improved memory performance,' 2016 Pixels absent (again), Nexus 5X and 6P not left behind

Update 1: 2018/12/03 12:22pm PST I've sideloaded the OTA onto my Pixel 3 and memory management seems to be fixed. We've reached out to Google to confirm, but have yet to receive a response. In the
December 2018 Android Security Update Goes Live for Pixel, Nexus Devices (Updated)

December 2018 Android Security Update Goes Live for Pixel, Nexus Devices (Updated)

Google just released the December 2018 Android security patch for Pixel and Nexus devices. It appears that we already have both factory image and OTA files ready to be downloaded for those willing to

The last of the Nexus phones receive their final update

The Nexus 6P and budget-friendly 5X launched in 2015 with a three-year update guarantee from Google. This included two years of major software upgrades and three years of security updates. That makes

Google ends support for Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P

Google is ending the Nexus line. The tech giant is officially pulling the plug off the Nexus series after years of launching the Pixel. We anticipated the Nexus would be replaced by the Pixel series
Nexus 5X, 6P get their last updates, marks the end of an era

Nexus 5X, 6P get their last updates, marks the end of an era

The November update for Pixel and Nexus devices have just rolled out and the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P phones have received those as well. While that is normally good news, the update belies some rather
Nexus 5X, 6P get their last updates, marks the end of an era

Nexus 5X, 6P get their last updates, marks the end of an era

The November update for Pixel and Nexus devices have just rolled out and the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P phones have received those as well. While that is normally good news, the update belies some rather
Google’s Nexus 5X, 6P Will No Longer Get Updates

Google’s Nexus 5X, 6P Will No Longer Get Updates

It is clear that moving forwards Google is pretty much done with its Nexus brand of smartphones and is instead focusing on its Pixel lineup. Unfortunately that also means that in terms of support and
End of an era: The final Nexus phones may have just gotten their last update

End of an era: The final Nexus phones may have just gotten their last update

Google's Nexus 5X and 6P, released in 2015, were the last phones in the series before the company launched the new Pixel line. In the same year, Google established its three-year update policy, which
November 2018 Android Security Update Goes Live for Pixel, Nexus Devices

November 2018 Android Security Update Goes Live for Pixel, Nexus Devices

Google just released the November 2018 Android security patch for Pixel and Nexus devices, and that means the first update for the new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL has arrived. It looks like we already have

Google Pixel 3 camera might not always save pictures

Google’s new Pixel 3 arguably has the best camera on an Android phone (or any phone) in 2018. An issue has been discovered by multiple users, however, where a photo fails to save after the shot on
October 2018 Android Security Update Goes Live for Nexus, Pixel Devices

October 2018 Android Security Update Goes Live for Nexus, Pixel Devices

Google just released the October 2018 Android security patch for Pixel and Nexus devices. It looks like we already have both factory image and OTA files ready to be downloaded for those willing to do
Every Google Nexus and Pixel phone wallpaper

Every Google Nexus and Pixel phone wallpaper

You may not have heard, but Android turned 10 this week. Over the course of the past decade, Google has loaded its phones up with tons of quality wallpapers — and here, we've tried to create a
September Android Security Update Goes Live for Nexus, Pixel Devices

September Android Security Update Goes Live for Nexus, Pixel Devices

Google just dropped the September 2018 security patch for Nexus and Pixel devices on us. At this time, we already have both factory image and OTA files, so choose whichever works best for you if you
Android Pie ROMs are now available for Nexus 6 and Nexus 5X

Android Pie ROMs are now available for Nexus 6 and Nexus 5X

Google may no longer support the Nexus 6 and 5X, but custom ROM developers still do.
Android 9 Pie for Nexus 6, Nexus 5X arrives unofficially

Android 9 Pie for Nexus 6, Nexus 5X arrives unofficially

They may not be completely open (they still require some very proprietary blobs) but the best thing about Google’s now-defunct Nexus line was how their lives could be extended almost indefinitely
Android 9 Pie for Nexus 6, Nexus 5X arrives unofficially

Android 9 Pie for Nexus 6, Nexus 5X arrives unofficially

They may not be completely open (they still require some very proprietary blobs) but the best thing about Google’s now-defunct Nexus line was how their lives could be extended almost indefinitely