OnePlus One owners, Lollipop 5.1.1 is finally rolling out. The Cyanogen 12.1 update, which is based on Lollipop 5.1.1 is starting to roll out via an over-the-air update. The update is a rolling update so it may not be there for your phone just yet (I know my OnePlus One hasn’t seen it yet) so be patient. It will be coming to you over the course of the next few days.
There are a lot of improvements, fixes and changes in Lollipop 5.1.1 that OnePlus One owners will benefit from and of course this will put you on the latest update of Lollipop which isn’t such a bad thing.
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Earlier today Motorola made several new device announcements, chief among them is the new Moto G 2015 model. The mid-range phone has reasonable specs for a phone that starts at only $179 and it can be completely customized using the Motorola Moto Maker service on their website. The Moto G 2015 is the latest update in a successful series of devices for Motorola and this new Moto G comes with some nice updates.
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If you are a Samsung Galaxy Tab owner who bought from late 2013 to 2014, the wait for Lollipop may finally be over. Late last week Samsung began pushing out the Lollipop 5.1.1 update to several Galaxy Tab models, all of which are 32-bit versions of their tablets. I can confirm that my Galaxy Tab 4 has received the update and a collage has reported his Galaxy Tab 9.7″ model has received the update as well. You will need to check on your individual devices to make sure you have the update available although it should be pushed to you & you will be notified.
For those of you who have Pro model 64-bit Galaxy Tabs, your wait is a bit longer.
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For those who have the AT&T version of the Nexus 6, it’s a good Wednesday morning for you. The Lollipop 5.1.1 update is starting to roll out from the US carrier, following in the footsteps of Sprint and US Cellular who have already released the update (see my article on why I think Android Lollipop updates are broken and this delay is a good example). The update is coming via an over-the-air (OTA) update and is 81MB in size according to the AT&T site. Interestingly, the site also points out that the OTA update will slowly ramp up over the course of the week. That means if you check for an update on your Nexus 6 and don’t see it, try again later as it may just not be to you yet.
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