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T Mobile Nexus devices get security OTA – see here which devices get the treatment

T Mobile just announced some OTAs for some Nexus devices, including the Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and Nexus 5.You don’t have to get too excited over these because there are no big changes going on. These are just some security updates with minor fixes.

Nexus, T Mobile

 

 

Which devices does T Mobile update?

 

The ones to get this little OTA are Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 LTE and Nexus 9. The carrier has a unique variant of Nexus 6, the LYZ28K version, which means that the OTA will not work on other carriers or unlocked versions. The updates for the other aforementioned devices should be the same for all devices.

 

When it comes to size, the nexus 6 OTA is the largest at 30MB whereas the others sit below at around 20MB each. They will not take long to load but they are rolling out in batches which means you may have to wait for a while for your T Mobile Nexus device to get this security patch.

 

Source: AndroidPolice

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Marshmallow MPA44I developer preview available for flashing on Nexus 5, 6 and 9

Marshmallow MPA44I developer preview over the air update is available for all Nexus devices now. Not ALL nexus devices, just the most recent ones. Nexus OTAs are always a big deal and this time they seem to be more important than ever. Below you will see the official OTAs for the phase three developer preview Android M. You can flash these files in stock recovery on a stock unmodified MPZ79M system.

 

Android Marshmallow

 

 

If you did modify your operating system with root, Exposed or other relatable software, these files will not work. You will have to flash the factory images.

 

Here are the download file links you can try for Marshmallow:

Nexus 5

Nexus 6

Nexus 9.

 

Source: AndroidPolice

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Android final M preview coming to Nexus 5, 6, 9 and Nexus Player

The Android final M preview images for some Nexus device are now available for download. After the official reveal of Android Marshmallow, Google announced the final stage in the Android M developer preview. This version is probably the final preview we will get before the official launch of Android 6.0 rumored to come this fall.

 

Android M preview

 

 

What devices get the Android M preview 3 ?

As it happened with the previous developer preview editions, this version will be compatible with the following devices:

 

 

Android Nexus devices

 

 

If you have one of the devices, you can try the preview for yourself by downloading and flashing the TGZ files on Google’s Android Developer page. The OTA updates should arrive to most devices taking part in the test already.

 

The changes in this version are minimal, the most important changes in the final M preview being the adjustment of the permissions UI and the Fingerprint API. They should not affect the current review hardware. If you want to flash the changes over the current data without losing anything, you should wait a little longer for the OTA to directly reach your device.

 

Source: Android Developers

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[I/O] Android M Developer Preview flash images for Nexus 6,9 and Nexus Player available here!

The Android M Developer Preview will be live for some devices and the word on the street is it will focus on improving the overall user experience because Google wants you to get quality from end-to-end. The supported devices for the preview are Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and the Nexus Player.

 

Nexus devices

 

Among the brand new features you will find on this OS version are granular app permissions, a doze mode for enhanced battery life and enhanced fingerprint support. It appears that devs will have clearer timelines for feedback and testing and they will receive update preview builds more often.

Android M preview images for the aforementioned devices can be found at the links below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Google announced it will be updating the preview M much more frequent than the L, and these updates will happen over the air, which means you won’t have to flash them yourself.

Source: Android M Preview

 

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Dbrand limited edition Nexus skins you can have at a great price!

If you have a Nexus and want to make it feel more retro, you may want to try an exclusive skin from dbrand. The Nexus X was an old-school device from Google that sported the traditional red, green, blue and yellow and, even if the current iterations of the Nexus line look more in line with the times, there are still people who may be nostalgic over the colorful past. Dbrand is sure of this and is offering a limited time free upgrade with a skin that gives you the traditional Nexus logo.

 

Nexus skin

 

 

Nexus skins

Nexus

 

 

This is not a permanent offer but dbrand took advantage of the popularity of this offer and if you want an old school skin to go with your brand new Nexus device, hurry up!

 

nexus grey

nexus white
Nexus moto

Google skin

 

There are skins available for Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Nexus 5. If you want to get a free skin before you have to pay for them, head over HERE!

Source: dbrand via AndroidPolice

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Nexus 9 gets well-deserved OTA to Android 5.0.2

Nexus 9 is getting a well-deserved update to Android 5.0.2 today. If you were expecting 5.1, you’re out of luck. If there’s an Update icon on your device, it’s not gonna be the most recent Android OS.

 

Nexus 9

 

This OTA is rather small as it is only a bump from 5.0.1 and it brings the device to build number LRX22L. The update is 23MB in size and there are no big changes except for some bug fixes. You can get the update from the source link below. Bear in mind, you need a stock version to run on your device in order to flash 5.0.2.

Source: Nexus 9 OTA