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[Lollipop Bug] Leaving The Flashlight On Until It Times Out Breaks The Camera And Flashlight Until You Reboot

Now that Lollipop is out in the wild to be abused in every which way, we're starting to see the bugs pop up. The latest one has to do with that new flashlight toggle in quick settings. If you turn it on and leave it like that until it times out and shuts off, the camera and flashlight will stop working until you reboot. This is confirmed at least on the Nexus 5.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished 2013 Nexus 7 For $139.95 With Free US Shipping

The Nexus 9 is a good tablet, but the price is a little high for what you get. You know what isn't priced high? Refurbished 2013 Nexus 7s. A cache of these tablets makes an appearance every now and then, and you can get one today on eBay for just $139.95.

2014-11-17 15_07_06-Asus Nexus 7 2013 16GB 7_ Quad Core Android Tablet w Wi Fi 2nd Generation 886227

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[Weekend Poll] Do Carrier Logos On Your Phone Actually Bother You?

So, we just found out that the AT&T version of the Nexus 6, which everyone had assumed up to this point would be exactly like every other Nexus 6, is not in fact like every other Nexus 6. It has been... branded - allegedly. At least according to AT&T's BusinessDirect device site.

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If you ordered a Nexus 6 from AT&T, you probably did not expect this. You probably did not want this.

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Some Nexus 7 2013 Units Are Having Video Playback Issues After Updating To Lollipop

Into every life a little rain must fall. Across every software update a few bugs will crawl. The most glaring problem for new users of Android 5.0 on the Nexus 7 2013 is a bug that appears to be stopping video playback dead. You can see a few users reporting the issue here, and we've seen it on at least one Android Police staff member's tablet. The good news is that there appear to be a few ways that you can fix it.

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[Deal Alert] $50 Off A Black 16GB Nexus 9 ($350) On Amazon - But Act Fast

Want a hot deal on a Nexus 9... which will hopefully last longer than that nigh-inexistent one from HTC? Then head over to Amazon right now. One of the online dealer's "lightning deals" is fifty bucks off of the base 16GB model, bringing the total price down to $349.99. If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber, you can enjoy free shipping as well.

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This is only for the black 16GB model - all others, including the white variant, are not discounted.

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The Google Play Music Website Now Has A Nifty 'Particles' Visualizer

The web browser version of Google Play Music isn't exactly full-featured - it pales in comparison even to built-in tools like Windows Media Player or iTunes. But now it has one more tool that's bringing it a little closer: a visualizer. A visualizer is an overlay that presets a visual accompaniment to a musical track. Some of them get pretty elaborate, some of them aren't much more than a graphic equalizer.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop System Image For Nexus 4 (LRX21T) Now Available For Download

Turn those frowns upside-down, Nexus 4 stalwarts. Your beloved Nexus of yesteryear is finally getting that sweet, sweet Lollipop goodness in an official capacity, just as we expected. Google has posted the full system image that takes the Nexus 4 all the way to Android 5.0.

2014-11-14 13_55_04-Factory Images for Nexus Devices - Android — Google Developers

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The First Wave Of Nexus 6 Orders From Google Play And Motorola Are Now Shipping Directly From The Factory In China

If you are one of the lucky few who were able to place an order for the Nexus 6 from Google or Motorola early on, you might want to check your email. Buyers are reporting their cards have been charged and shipping emails are going out. Interestingly, the phones are shipping directly from Shenzhen, China where they are being produced. These things are fresh off the assembly line.

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Google Play Music All Access Customers Will Automatically Get Access To YouTube Music Key Without Having To Re-Sign Up

When Google announced YouTube Music Key, we had a few questions, most of which revolved around how this would affect Google Play Music All Access subscribers. Music Key's inclusion of All Access was part of the announcement, but it wasn't stated whether or not AA subscribers would automatically get access to Music Key, or if they'd have to sign up for the service all over again. Of course, that would be a really stupid way to handle things, so thankfully Google isn't doing that.

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