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Android Wear 5.1 OTA Roundup

If you own an Android Wear device right now, chances are you're probably waiting patiently furiously checking for that elusive Android Wear 5.1 update. Well, we've got you covered. As the links to the OTA ZIP files become available, we will post them here. To flash these, you'll need to have ADB installed and have the Google USB drivers from the Android SDK. You'll reboot your watch into recovery mode, then select "Install Update From ADB." You can then run "adb sideload filename.zip" from a command prompt.

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Here's The OTA URL For Android Wear 5.1.1 On The G Watch R

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[Praise Duarte] AllCast 2.0 Gets Material, With More Material, And A Sprinkle Of Material On Top

After teasing the Material redesign of AllCast a couple of weeks ago, Koushik Dutta has finally made the updated 2.0 version available for everyone to install, enjoy, admire, and swoon over. And if you're wondering why it looks so good, it's because our own Liam Spradlin had a hand (mouse click?) in giving the app its fresh coat of paint and that is all you need to know. Article over. Nothing left to say.

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Oppo Unveils The Violin-Inspired 5" R7 And 6" R7 Plus With Dual SIMs, Snapdragon 615, 3GB RAM, 13MP Camera, And Android 5.1 In A Color OS Flavor

The midrange smartphone market is getting more interesting by the day, both on its cheaper lower end or in the more expensive price bracket. The latter is the case of the newly unveiled Oppo R7 and R7 Plus, which tread that thin line between upper midrange and almost-flagship status, offering a list of impressive specifications in a very decent-looking package.

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[Deal Alert] eBay Is Offering A Coupon For 10% Off A Bunch of Tech Goodies, Like The Samsung Galaxy S6 for $599

Remember the deal from yesterday where you could get a Samsung Galaxy S5 for $315 from eBay? Well, that 10% off coupon works for a whole lot more stuff now. You can apply it to anything eBay recognizes as "tech", including big ticket items like the Galaxy S6 for $599 post-discount and the One M8 for $243.

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Minecraft: Pocket Edition To Receive Major Update Soon Adding Controller Support

Fans of Mojang's incredibly popular game franchise, Minecraft, will soon have a better option for manipulating the Android version of the game. Mobile controller support will finally be added in an update that will be arriving "soon". This news comes via Twitter from Mojang developer Tommaso Checchi.

Mining, building, and fighting off zombies with precision should be much easier with an external controller than with touch screen controls.

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Personalized Music Streaming Service MixRadio Is Now Live On Android

There's a new streaming music service in town, and people seem excited about this one. The UK-based MixRadio has the customary umpteen million tracks available, but it tries to be more personal than services like Pandora. It also seems a little less restrictive in what you can do with the free streaming music.

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[Deal Alert] Aukey MUSE Bluetooth Speaker For $19.99 After Amazon Coupon Code (Down From $35.99)

You can spend a lot of money on a Bluetooth speaker if you want, or you can just wait for a sweet deal like this. The Aukey MUSE (SK-M2) Bluetooth speaker is available on Amazon for just $20 with a coupon code. That's down from $35.99 without the code.

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The Android Wear 5.1.1 Rollout Has Begun For The LG G Watch And G Watch R

We now have confirmation that Android Wear 5.1.1 has started to reach LG's G Watch and G Watch R today. Though most users are still being told they are up to date, a select few have been lucky enough to be chosen for the first hours of the rollout.

Thanks to tipster Kevin for the G Watch R screenshot and to Frank Barten for the G Watch image.

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Bloomberg: Google Is Ready To Announce New Photo Service Independent From Google+

A new report from Bloomberg claims that Google is in the final stages of prepping its new online photo tool, which has been rumored for months. Importantly, this tool would not be built into the Google+ website or app as the current Photos client is. Let's skip the part where we predict the downfall of Google+ and talk about what this really means.

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