Nexus 4 News
Android 5.0.1 now rolling out to Nexus 4, 6, 7, and Moto G GPe [OTA DOWNLOAD]
And just like clockwork, the Nexus 4, Nexus 6, and even the Nexus 7 (2013) WiFi have begun receiving their Android 5.0.1 updates over-the-air. Earlier today we saw the updates hit Google’s factory images page, and suspected a rollout was imminent. For anyone itching to get their hands on the update but aren’t willing to […]
Nexus 4’s Android 5.0 Lollipop factory images are now available to download
We knew it was “coming soon,” we’re just glad it was sooner rather than later. A full 2-days after the Nexus 5 received Android 5.0 Lollipop, the Nexus 4 is now finally getting the same treatment. After promising yesterday they were putting the finishing touches on the update, it’s now officially available to download straight […]
Android Lollipop for the Nexus 4 is “locked and loaded” to go
Yesterday the Nexus 4 was left out of the Android 5.0 update party. This came after Google originally left out the Nexus 4 in the Lollipop update plans, but the later clarified that it would indeed get the latest version of Android. We have good news: Lollipop is coming soon.
Android L spotted being used on Nexus 4 by Googlers
Well, isn’t this interesting. It appears the Nexus 4 won’t be left behind when Android L makes its way to handsets later this year. A recent bug report entry in Google’s issue tracker mentions a Nexus 4 running a build of Android L.
Android 4.4.1 coming soon to Nexus and Google Play edition devices [RUMOR]
It’s been about a month since Android 4.4 KitKat first dropped onto the scene. Since then, the update has had it’s fair share of hiccups, causing issues on some devices like the Nexus 4 that eventually lead to release of the KRT16S build. What’s next? Well, we’ve seen reports of users having problems with Exchange […]
SMS exploit can remotely reboot Nexus handsets
An SMS vulnerability could be exploited to perform denial-of-service type attacks on Nexus devices, taking a users phone offline. Google was alerted of the issue, but why haven’t they fixed the problem?