T-Mobile's Software Updates page now tracking Android 6.0 rollout for a handful of devices
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Oct 6th - Google started pushing Android 6.0 Marshmallow out to the masses yesterday. Many of you used factory images to get loaded up on the latest version of Android, but OTA updates are also beginning to go out for those who prefer traditional rollouts.
Oct 6th - It’s early days yet for Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates, but Sony has fallen in line by providing details on their plans to get Xperia devices loaded up with the latest version of Android. The company has confirmed 15 devices which will receive love.
Oct 5th - Android fans (us included) were pretty upset to find that in later versions of the Android M Developer Preview, Google stripped out their hidden Dark Theme from inside the Developer options. But is it possible it could return to Android proper as “Night Mode”? Sure seems that way.
Oct 5th - Because nobody likes scratching their head and wondering when their device will get updated to Google’s latest, T-Mobile’s Software Updates page lets regular ‘ol users like you and I follow along as our beloved devices go about their usual carrier approval process.
Oct 5th - If you were one of the few who jumped on either the new Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P, you’re probably going to want to invest in a few extra USB Type-C cables. OnePlus is offering up their high-quality Type-C cables for dirt cheap, and they come in 2 different sizes.
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Sep 28th - Watch as someone demonstrates the use of a USB-connected external floppy disk drive with an ASUS tablet. The tablet easily recognizes the drive, and he uses the built-in ASUS file manager to manipulate the files with ease.Read More
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Oct 5th - Quick heads-up on an opportunity to get a free 1-month trial of Google Play Music All Access. The trial is back, with Google giving anyone — even those who had a subscription or had a trial run in the past apparently — one full month to check the service out.Read More