The Nexus 6 is the first smartphone to come with Android 5.0 Lollipop, a big update that brings many new features to the Nexus family.
You can’t use Google Play services, but Google will help you stream movies, music, and other apps from the Google Play Store.
If you have a Nexus 5 or 6, you can buy the Nexus 6 directly from Google.
And if you want to get your hands on a Nexus 7, you’ll have to wait until December 31st.
The good news is that Nexus software is all-new, and it’s all-inclusive.
That means that even if you already have a Google Play account, you don’t need to upgrade if you like your Nexus 6.
The Nexus software includes a bunch of new features, including support for 4K video, a built-in GPS, support for new hardware like the Snapdragon 821 SoC, and the latest Google apps, including Google+ Hangouts, Google Maps, and Google Photos.
But you can’t upgrade if your Nexus 7 already has the latest version of Android 5 on it.
Read on to find out how to upgrade your Nexus phone.
The bad news is, if you’re buying a Nexus tablet from a third-party seller, you’re stuck with a $150 device.
And since it’s not a Nexus phone, you won’t be able to upgrade.
But it’s possible to downgrade to Android 5 and upgrade to Android 4.4 KitKat, which will save you $200.
That’s great news, but it’s only possible if you buy a new Nexus tablet with the right carrier.
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And it’s easy to do.
Just follow these simple steps: First, go to your device’s Settings menu.
Then tap the “About phone” link at the top of the screen.
This will take you to a page with options for changing your carrier.
Next, scroll down and tap “Check for updates.”
If the phone is a Nexus, it will ask if you’d like to update it with Google software, which is the latest and greatest version of the Android operating system.
This means that it will automatically update to Android Lollipop and get some of the new features that Google added in Lollipop.
If it’s a Nexus 4, you will have to manually install the software.
You’ll have the option to install it from Google Play.
Once the installation process is complete, you should see a notification on your Nexus tablet asking if you wish to upgrade it to Android KitKat.
After you accept the upgrade, your Nexus smartphone will get a new build of Android.
Next up, we’ll look at how to downgrade your Nexus device.