Nexus 5X, 6P and the Google Pixel Available with June Security Patch

Nexus 5X, 6P and the Google Pixel Available with June Security Patch

Nexus 5X, 6P and the Google Pixel Available with June Security Patch

This also brings to near culmination the Android O developer previews that were first launched in March, and is the third, with the second preview arriving in in May at Google's I/O 2017 developer conference.

The gist of it is pretty simple. But if you are wondering if Nexus phones will receive the same update or not, then here is the answer. "After that, we can't guarantee continued support".

According to the latest Android distribution numbers from Google, Android 7.0 Nougat - the most recent major Android version - is now installed on 9.5 percent of all active Android devices. You'll see that it contains OTA binary files that will offer you the possibility to update your Pixel and Nexus devices.

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"One thing we've consistently heard from our device-maker partners is that updating existing devices to a new version of Android is incredibly time consuming and costly", the Android Developers Blog said. In fact, some new posts on the forums have already appeared regarding the update. Even though Ruddock claims the information comes from a reliable source, it's worth noting that these release dates sometimes change due to unforeseen issues. The update is also supposed to work on your battery life, stability and security. Regardless - take caution: this version was released by Google, and is part of the public Beta program, but any software that's released before it's public release finalized might have some bugs in it.

There's no OTA rolling out to beta devices at this time, but it shouldn't be long. If you've bought a Pixel device from Deutsche Telekom, Verizon, T-Mobile, Fi Carriers, and Roger, there are separate builds released for it.

Developers who are interested in supporting new Android O features should of course visit the Android O Developer Preview website.

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