Rollout Has Started, Dessert Is Served.

#AndroidLollipop rollout has started and will soon be available on most #Nexus devices. Dessert is served. pic.twitter.com/XVFX2tEbHv — Android (@Android) November 12, 2014 That’s what one of Google’s official Twitter account said. Within just a few minutes, they reach thousand retweets. But, when can Nexus users get the factory images? When can they get the official OTA updates? We don’t know. It’s been a really tough week for Nexus die hard fans. The cheap Moto G 2nd-gen already getting Lollipop OTA updates, followed by LG G3 and yet,

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Are OEMs getting their acts together?

This post contains some rant at the bottom. Ever since Google officially drop Lollipop’s source, OEMs are now racing to put Lollipop onto their latest flagship. HTC promised to roll Lollipop in 90 days for the M7 and M8; Motorola has also posted a soak test for selected Moto X users, but a fellow member on XDA has mirrored the soak test and is now available for all who have the courage to flash; LG has also posted a press release stating that it has began rolling out Lollipop for the G3 owners this week and the OTA has been leaked over at XDA(again); There is a video by Sammobile

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Google announces Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus Player and Lollipop!

2014, what a great isn’t it? Google finally pulled off the wrap and showed us the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, the brand new Android Lollipop and the first device running Android TV, Nexus Player. With this new lineup, it will make Google stand up even stronger on this internet of things arena. What do you expect and what to expect from this ? Are you ready?

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