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First Android N OTA Update Is Already Rolling Out To Beta-Enrolled Devices

We knew Google was going to be pushing out OTA updates to the Android N developer preview this year, but I don't think anyone was expecting it to happen quite so fast. The first update is rolling out to devices now, and factory images have been updated for those of you planning to do it the old fashioned way.

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Android N Feature Spotlight: Automatic System Updates Can Be Disabled In Developer Options

System updates are a good thing usually, but not for everyone all the time. Maybe you've got some mods that you don't want to break or you've heard about some nasty bugs in a new build that you want to avoid. The Android N developer preview lets you block updates in the event you don't want them.

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[Updated] The Nexus 6P Is Getting An Update (MHC19I) With Performance Improvements, A Do-Not-Disturb Fix, And More

Earlier today (before the Android N deluge), we reported on the Nexus 5X update, which included a few important bug fixes. Now there's a new build for the Nexus 6P that apparently offers the same improvements. It's build MHC19I, and it seems to have some noticeable performance improvements.

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Nexus 5X Update MHC19J Includes Cooler Color Temp Option, Performance Improvements, And More

Most of the monthly Nexus updates are security patches, but Google is pushing out an OTA to the Nexus 5X right now that's actually got some substance to it. While other phones are just getting the March security update, the Nexus 5X is receiving a raft of bug fixes and tweaks in the update too.

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Android 6.0 Update Comes To The T-Mobile HTC One M8 And LG G Stylo

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Nexus Factory Images For March Security Updates Are Now Available

As is the (new-ish) tradition, Google rolls out security updates on the first Monday of each month. The factory images for March's updates are right on schedule with all of the recent fixes to shore up potential vulnerabilities in the operating system. LMY49H is the build number for the Nexus 10 update, which will remain cut off at Lollipop. Most of the other devices on the list are moving up to MMB29V, though a few other build numbers are available for special variants. It looks like there may still be a couple of missing images, like the Nexus 6P. Just keep checking back and they'll probably turn up shortly.

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Sony Now Rolling Out Android 6.0 To Xperia Z5 Series, Z4 Tablet, And Z3+

Sony is sometimes a little slow to release new devices everywhere, but at least its Android update schedule is on par with other OEMs. That is to say, it's annoyingly slow, but not unusually so. The Z5, Z4 Tablet, and Z3+ are all getting Android 6.0 right now, but as usual, it's a staged rollout that will vary by country.

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OnePlus 2 Gets Updated To OxygenOS 2.2.1, And No, It's Not Marshmallow

OnePlus has been hounded pretty regularly in recent months by anxious OP2 owners wondering when Marshmallow is coming. Well, there's an OTA starting to roll out today and... it's not Marshmallow. Still Android 5.1, sorry. It does, however, bring RAW support to the camera, new security patches, and other little fixes.

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Huawei Says Android 6.0 For Huawei Watch Should Start Rolling Out Today

It took a long time for Android 6.0 to start hitting watches after the abrupt cancellation of the Marshmallow-packing Watch Urbane 2. The update has only just started hitting Motorola watches in the last week or so, but now Huawei says the update is starting today for the Huawei Watch.

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Android 6.0 Update Rolling Out To 2nd Gen Moto G In The US

The 2nd gen Moto G never really seemed like a priority for Motorola in the US. After all, they never even released an LTE variant around here. That hasn't stopped Moto from pushing a Marshmallow update to the device. We've confirmed the update is available immediately via the update menu, but you might already have the notification.

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