Nexus 5 Android 6.0 Update: 10 Things to Know After Two Weeks
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Nexus 5 Android 6.0 Update: 10 Things to Know After Two Weeks

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Android 6.0.1 Release Nowhere in Sight

Android 6.0.1 Release Nowhere in Sight

Google typically rolls out its first bug fix update about a month after the initial release. So, we could potentially see an Android 6.0.1 update roll out next month. Nothing is confirmed though.

We haven't seen any leaks or rumors point to the arrival of a Nexus 5 Android 6.0.1 bug fix update, at least not at this point. So why bring it up?

We bring it up because it means that you're going to be on your own (for the foreseeable future) when it comes to fixing your Nexus Android 6.0 problems. Be proactive and lock down fixes on your own. You can't depend on Google and its bug fix updates to solve your issues. 

(Note: If Google fails to release an Android 6.0.1 update or a bug fixer before the end of the year, then you have a reason to complain.)

2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Michael Quinlan

    10/30/2015 at 6:47 pm

    “That’s extremely impressive, especially on a device that’s going on three years old”

    Why is it that so many people insist on this BS exaggerated aging of devices? The Nexus 5 was released LESS THAN TWO YEARS AGO.

  2. Rico Suave

    01/03/2016 at 12:11 pm

    “That’s extremely impressive, especially on a device that’s going on three years old”

    That’s kind of a strange thing to say, being that at the time this was written, the Nexus 5 hadn’t even been out for two years. And I’m not saying that it’s still not impressive, but I’ve been seeing stuff like this more and more in reviews. It’s like even the facts about a subject are disputable now. People just writing whatever they want.

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