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Android 5.1.1 --> 7.1


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#21
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i am still running 5.1.1 on my oneplus one :D


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i am still running 5.1.1 on my oneplus one :D

 

What do you think 1 + 1 phone :biggrin:


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What do you think 1 + 1 phone :biggrin:

i love it,have to say one of the best phones i have had. Have to save up for oneplus two. All running smooth and the best thing is when you root it warranty is not void etc. looks so nice also whit the bambu cover and battery life is awesome also on it. Simply awesome phone :)


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i love it,have to say one of the best phones i have had. Have to save up for oneplus two. All running smooth and the best thing is when you root it warranty is not void etc. looks so nice also whit the bambu cover and battery life is awesome also on it. Simply awesome phone :)

Nice thanks info.

 

Next year I'm going to buy LG G4 or 1 + 2


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Nice thanks info.

 

Next year I'm going to buy LG G4 or 1 + 2

sounds great m8 :)


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Can you dump all of the Apps on the 1+2 and only put back what you want? There is so much crap on the Andorid that its hard to keep track of.

I wish Android sold a bare OS with no apps.


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I am speaking now only my own the LG G3 rom.
Custom ROMs do not have any extra bloatware software.
Installation according to choose GAPPS package of as they wish.
I have a setup package size of only 230MB.
GAPPS is 43mb and includes just google store and calendar.

 

GAPPS = Open GApps is a Google Apps package developed by writing buildscripts which allow for the automated creation of new up-to-date packages automatically.
The development process is completely open-source and the goal is to have multiple contributors involved, to secure and reinforce the sustainability of Open GApps development.


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Here we go again version 6.0.1 :histerija:

 

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I have 6.01 on my Nexus 7 and what appears to be the same code on my Moto G 2014, but it still says 6.0.  Both say December 1 patch update.  I'm sure if they found out I'm the only user on my block with the updates, by devices would be robbed at gunpoint!


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Just today order my new oneplus 2 phone :D sold my oneplus one to get the opo 2.


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I gave my SG6 Edge to my sister and got myself a LG Nexus 5X.

 

I think that's the best investment I made in a phone since some time.

 

Nothing to say, it works like hell with 6.0.1.

 

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I gave my SG6 Edge to my sister and got myself a LG Nexus 5X.

 

I think that's the best investment I made in a phone since some time.

 

Nothing to say, it works like hell with 6.0.1.

 

N :)

 

Root and bloatware out to phone :)


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I gave my SG6 Edge to my sister and got myself a LG Nexus 5X.

 

I think that's the best investment I made in a phone since some time.

 

Nothing to say, it works like hell with 6.0.1.

 

N :)

My Samsung Galaxy decided to leap from my hand into the sink last week, so I went off round the shops to play about and get the feel for a new phone before I ordered a new one on-line, I was getting fed up with Samsung's lack of software updates and their crappy bloatware, so I was after something different, so after trolling round the shops for a few hours I couldn't find anything I liked and to be honest was getting a bit fed up and gave up and went home.

Anyways, to cut a long and tedious story short, I bought an original Nexus 5, nice and cheep from a company I do work for, they had bought it as a spare staff phone but it had never been used.

 

I charged it up, popped the sim card in, turned it on and first thing it did was upgrade itself to Marshmallow 6.0.1, I then logged into my google account and it downloaded all my contacts and apps !

 

I am one happy bunny, the phone works like a dream, it's as fast as hell, much better than any Samsung phone I've ever had and without all the Samsung crappy apps ect ... The Wi-Fi is excellent and likewise is the 3/4g, I have not encountered a single problem !!!

 

Happy Baron    :headbang:


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My Samsung Galaxy decided to leap from my hand into the sink last week, so I went off round the shops to play about and get the feel for a new phone before I ordered a new one on-line, I was getting fed up with Samsung's lack of software updates and their crappy bloatware, so I was after something different, so after trolling round the shops for a few hours I couldn't find anything I liked and to be honest was getting a bit fed up and gave up and went home.

Anyways, to cut a long and tedious story short, I bought an original Nexus 5, nice and cheep from a company I do work for, they had bought it as a spare staff phone but it had never been used.

 

I charged it up, popped the sim card in, turned it on and first thing it did was upgrade itself to Marshmallow 6.0.1, I then logged into my google account and it downloaded all my contacts and apps !

 

I am one happy bunny, the phone works like a dream, it's as fast as hell, much better than any Samsung phone I've ever had and without all the Samsung crappy apps ect ... The Wi-Fi is excellent and likewise is the 3/4g, I have not encountered a single problem !!!

 

Happy Baron    :headbang:

 

Nice, Nexus its real and clean Android with good hardware :)


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My Samsung Galaxy decided to leap from my hand into the sink last week, so I went off round the shops to play about and get the feel for a new phone before I ordered a new one on-line, I was getting fed up with Samsung's lack of software updates and their crappy bloatware, so I was after something different, so after trolling round the shops for a few hours I couldn't find anything I liked and to be honest was getting a bit fed up and gave up and went home.

Anyways, to cut a long and tedious story short, I bought an original Nexus 5, nice and cheep from a company I do work for, they had bought it as a spare staff phone but it had never been used.

 

I charged it up, popped the sim card in, turned it on and first thing it did was upgrade itself to Marshmallow 6.0.1, I then logged into my google account and it downloaded all my contacts and apps !

 

I am one happy bunny, the phone works like a dream, it's as fast as hell, much better than any Samsung phone I've ever had and without all the Samsung crappy apps ect ... The Wi-Fi is excellent and likewise is the 3/4g, I have not encountered a single problem !!!

 

Happy Baron    :headbang:

 

 

Nice, Nexus its real and clean Android with good hardware :)

 

I agree fully. There is nothing to say those Nexus phones are real good.

 

I am really pleased with mine and also the fast charging is awesome.

 

I am a Happy N :)


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I gave my SG6 Edge to my sister and got myself a LG Nexus 5X.

 

I think that's the best investment I made in a phone since some time.

 

Nothing to say, it works like hell with 6.0.1.

 

N :)

 

Google's Nexus 5X gets price cut, now starts at $349

 

Google's Nexus 5X is now $30 cheaper than it was just a few days ago. The company has dropped the price of its smaller Nexus phone to $349 for the 16GB model and $399 for the 32GB version (which is the one you should really get). Google previously marked down the 5X for a special holiday sale, but a company spokesperson told The Verge that this price adjustment is permanent and not just a temporary promotion. Presumably, third-party resellers like Best Buy and B&H Photo will follow Google's lead in the near future and match the new MSRP.

The 5X was originally sold for $379 (16GB) and $429 (32GB). The revised pricing creates a slightly bigger gap between the 5X and the larger, more powerful Nexus 6P, which starts at $499 for 32GB — and now comes in gold. But the 5X remains a fine choice for someone who likes smaller phones and stock Android; it still includes the same fantastic camera, after all. You're just losing out on the faster processor, nicer display, and those great stereo front-facing speakers. But for under $400, those aren't the worst tradeoffs to make. Plus, $349 was the starting price of the original Nexus 5, so if the 5X is meant to be its successor, the cost parity makes total sense.

 

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Source: The Verge


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I agree fully. There is nothing to say those Nexus phones are real good.

 

I am really pleased with mine and also the fast charging is awesome.

 

I am a Happy N :)

 

My Nexus makes dinner, does the housework, the gardening and the shopping, if only google can make an app for sexual favours then I won't need to go dating

 

  :histerija: :histerija:  :histerija:  


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Again, we go forward like grandma in the snow.

 

 

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and again changed to a newer

 

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They're still saying there will be a Pixel 7 out by the end of the year.  Andromeda OS?


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