The Nexus phones from Google just got upgraded to Android Nougat. Though this piece of article dominated the news this week there are a few other updated that might need some attention like a minor bump to OnePlus 3 and AT&T expanding Wi-Fi calling. Keeping your smart devices updated is a fine practice to ensure your phone is not missing out on any important updates such as bug fixes and security loophole updates.
Here is a compilation of the major software updates and upgrades the market experienced for Android wear, Smart TVs, tablets, locked and unlocked phones.
- Nexus 6P, 5X, Pixel C, 6 and 9 users should have got their hands on the new Nougat update. If not then don’t panic as it takes several weeks to completely spread. Users who want to flash this update can grab the factory image from Google directly.
- The My AT&T app is where users will get a notification for the update and once updated enabling and disabling the features can also be done from this app. Users can now use Finger Print Scanner to log into the app itself.
- After the Wi-Fi calling feature being exclusive to iPhone for quite some time now, AT&T is bringing this new feature to Android. Phones like LG G4, SG S7, SG S7 Edge and LG V10 have already got the updates in that order.
- For those who want to check for bugs and flaws the community build of the Oxygen OS 3.5 is out for OnePlus 3.