Most modern Nexus devices have already received the update to Android 5.1 Lollipop, but the poor old Nexus 4 had been left out. The signs were not looking good, and they’re still looking bleak, with the latest version on the Nexus Factory Images page stuck at 5.0.1. However, it seems that some users of the Nexus 4 are receiving an[Read More…]
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After being caught blocking Over-The-Air updates to all Nexus devices – even ones not purchased from them – Telstra has seemingly performed a backpedal, and is now allowing updates – at least the recently released Android 5.0.1 update anyway. A number of Ausdroid readers (Adrian, Lester, John, Shano plus many, many more) are reporting that they are now receiving the[Read More…]
Those of us that got an invite and bit the bullet on the Oneplus haven’t been disappointed with the hardware, but the software has been a late Beta at best until the last update that resolved the Touchscreen issues. There have been a few persistent issues recently, one being a memory leak causing screen artifacts which can be resolved with[Read More…]
The OTA updates for the Nexus 7(2012 and 2013) and Nexus 10 were announced yesterday by Google and they’ve been tracked down by zealous Android developers on XDA-Developers and the direct links to the OTA links have been made public. While no factory images have been released as yet, they should be here shortly based on the release of the[Read More…]
It seems the Samsung Galaxy Nexus device can now get a manual update of the JWR66Y security firmware update thanks to XDA developers according to Android Police. This is great news for all those who may still have the device and can’t wait for an official update to eventually trickle down to your Galaxy nexus device. Here is a screen[Read More…]
By now, you either have received your OTA notification to download and update your device to the latest version of Jelly Bean – Android 4.3 (JWR66V) – but there are still some out there who are waiting. The curator of the Android Open Source Project, Jean-Baptiste Quéru has taken to Google+ to explain why the OTA updates for Nexus devices[Read More…]
If you’re the owner of a generic Samsung Galaxy S4 bought in Australia (ie. not from Telstra, Optus or Vodafone) you should find yourself receiving an OTA — over the air — update sometime today. The major changes in this update include freeing up some internal storage space — about 90MB — and adding the ability to move apps to[Read More…]