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Flash all the things: Full Android 7.0 Nougat Nexus OTA roundup

It's Nougat day, finally. Google's latest and greatest version of Android is beginning its slow rollout to Nexus devices, plus the Pixel C and General Mobile 4G. Dev preview devices are getting the OTA almost immediately, but devices on Marshmallow are taking a little longer. Google has said it could take a week or two for everyone to get the OTA, but you don't need to wait that long. We're collecting the full Nougat OTA links right here.

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OnePlus One's Full Cyanogen OS Fastboot And ADB Sideload Images Have Arrived

Android 6.0 started rolling out to the OnePlus One early last month. It came in the form of Cyanogen OS 13.

The update took its time rolling out. Then OnePlus pushed out a bump. Most users should have received both by now.

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[Android M Feature Spotlight] ADB Can Now Reboot Directly To Sideload Mode, Adds A Few Other Commands

The preview release of Android M has shown magnificent growth in the platform. There are new things for everybody to enjoy. While we're always excited to see new APIs and cool features – not to mention some pretty important bug fixes – we shouldn't overlook the interesting changes that have also come to the tools we use to work with Android and our devices on a different level. The preview SDK brings an updated version of ADB with a few new commands, including a handy new shortcut to reboot directly into Sideload Mode.

The new commands are visible on ADB's help text.

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Team Win Recovery Project Updated To Version 2.8.3, Throws In Moto G 2014 Support For Good Measure

The Team Win Recovery Project (more commonly known as TWRP) is easily the most popular custom recovery used by Android enthusiasts at this point. The latest release, which should apply to all of the current official builds, adds a handful of new features and a bunch of bug fixes. The biggest change is that the ADB sideload method has been modified to more closely align with the AOSP implementation, which keeps the update ZIP file on your computer rather than your phone or tablet.

Other notable differences include an update to SuperSU version 2.40 for root-keeping purposes, compatibility with the AArch64 libraries in the Nexus 9, and a host of other small changes that should have it running more smoothly in general.

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