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[Deal] 16GB Samsung Nexus 10 for $199.99

The #Samsung #Google #Nexus10 is now available on eBay for just $199.99. The seller is offering the 16GB version of the tablet here, which isn’t much, especially since there’s no microSD card slot on board. But if you’re looking to keep this as a secondary tablet, or gift it to someone who isn’t that tech

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[Deal] 32GB Google Nexus 10 for $169.99

Remember the #Nexus10? Yes, we’re talking about the 2012 tablet manufactured by #Samsung, which has a special place in every Android loyalist’s heart. The tablet didn’t see much popularity during its time, but is no doubt one of the best Nexus tablets to come out of any manufacturer. Well, this tablet is now selling via

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[Deal] 16GB Samsung Nexus 10 tablet for $179.99

The #Samsung #Nexus10 tablet was undoubtedly one of the best Nexus tablets to come out of Google’s sheds. This 2012 offering might have become obsolete with regards to software updates now, but there’s no denying that it’s a pretty capable offering if you intend to use it as a media device. That large real estate

Grab the Stagefright update links for your Nexus device here [Download]

Although Google has already begun sending out updates for the Stagefright vulnerability, there are quite a few handsets out there that haven’t received the update yet. And to make your lives a little easier, we’ve compiled a list of manual update download links for four Nexus devices. This includes the likes of the Nexus 4, Nexus 6

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The Nexus 10 Is Getting Android 5.1.1 OTA

While Nexus 9 users are still waiting on their turn to get Android 5.1.1, Google has updated its much-older sibling, the Nexus 10, is getting Lollipop 5.1.1 OTA. Since this is a x.x.1 update, it’s very small, coming in at about 13.9 MB and being build LMY47V. If you have a Nexus 10, go ahead and check

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Nexus 10 users facing audio loss after the Android 5.0 update

According to Google’s product forums page, the Nexus 10 is facing an audio related bug after the Android 5.0 update was issued. According to a large number of users, the tablet is failing to output any sort of audio from the speakers or the headphones, be it from apps, media player or the browser. Google’s support

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Android Lollipop update rollout for Nexus devices supposedly delayed

With the major changes Android Lollipop brings to Google’s mobile operating system, it’s no wonder that Android users have been clamoring for the update to hit their devices. However, it seems Google isn’t ready to let owners of Nexus devices in on the sugary Lollipop fun just yet, as the search giant has supposedly delayed

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WiFi only Nexus devices getting Android 5.0 on Nov. 3

Unnamed sources have reportedly confirmed Google’s plans for the rollout of Android 5.0 for its Nexus devices. And strangely, it seems like the tablets will be first to receive the update, even before the smartphones do. Google is believed to be rolling out the update to WiFi only devices first, which leaves out the cellular

Google rolling out Android 4.4.4 for Nexus and GPE devices

A little over two weeks after Google started rolling out the Android 4.4.3 update for the Nexus and GPE devices, the same smartphones and tablets are now getting the Android 4.4.4 update with the build number (KTU84P). It’s quite strange for Google to roll out another update within a few days, but it’s clear that

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16GB Nexus 10 now available for $269.99 via eBay

The Nexus 10 tablet is nearly two years old, but is still pretty much existent. A new eBay Daily Deals promo is now offering the 16GB version of the tablet for just $269.99. As you would imagine, the deal will only last until the end of the day, so make up your mind quickly if

Nexus future previewed: who should make the next ‘pure Google’ tablet(s)?

One cold, bleak morning a few months back, a controversial yet often dependable Russian blogger broke the ominous “news”. Apparently, Google was and likely is planning to discard our beloved stock Android-running Nexus devices in favor of an augmented GPE product portfolio. Which is perfectly fine software-wise, as Google Play gadgets are just as “untainted”