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Android 4.3 Rolled Out By Google To Nexus Devices!

Android 4.3 Rolled Out By Google To Nexus Devices!

Finally the drape from the much awaited nexus 7 is being lifted up by Google! The tablet is going to come with the latest android 4.3 jellybean. This is surely going to be a grand entry! The same was announced in San Francisco.

The update provided will certainly invite various problems to the customers as the whole process of getting accustomed to the new releases is challenging. But once users will become familiar to same, lots of new features which are added will just make the update grand with Nexus experience improved.

Android-4.3

Google has announced that all the new Nexus 7 tablets which will now be shipped will be equipped with updated version of android. However, the new updated version of android will soon be provided to present other original Nexus tablets too. The devices which will soon be provided with an update include Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Nexus 4 and other Nexus galaxy smartphones. The update is being serviced to some and will take few weeks to cover all.

The updated OS can be easily caught via air and will flash itself under the settings menu. The update is being rolled by the Google and it will soon ping up all the authentic existing Nexus devices which find their entry in the list.
Not all the devices are expected to receive at once. So if yours has not received, humbly wait for your turn.
However, there is always a manual method to facilitate if automatic don’t serves the purpose. Here is an easy compilation of steps you may follow to achieve the updated version of OS just being released by Google.

  • Go to settings.
  • Click app settings under that.
  • Search for Google services framework.
  • Click it and further click on force stop. This will stop the application forcibly.
  • Next, you are required to click about under settings.
  • Then set your device to search the OS update automatically.

This method is totally safe and it won’t harm your device in any case. However, the method is not a sure shot and doesn’t guarantee the success. Your device may or may not fetch the update.

Though, if you want to try a little adventurous, we have another option too! Factory images of android 4.3 are easily available on open source project online. Nevertheless, this will employ the usage of flash images and other tools. Don’t try the same if you are not sure.

The event further highlighted the new nexus 7 tablet which is a way thinner and lighter too! The tablet is powered with 1920 x 2000 mega pixels grand display. It is further supported by a powerful snapdragon processor. The new updated version is also equipped with stereo speakers, but they are so small that their presence doesn’t matter! Further the device is provided a fair 1.2 mega pixels front camera and 5 mega pixels rear camera.

The updated OS version released by Google will support multiple logins and will also allow the parents discretion. That is parents can now control their kids’ tablet!

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Finally the drape from the much awaited nexus 7 is being lifted up by Google! The tablet is going to come with the latest android 4.3 jellybean. This is surely going to be a grand entry! The same was announced in San Francisco.

The update provided will certainly invite various problems to the customers as the whole process of getting accustomed to the new releases is challenging. But once users will become familiar to same, lots of new features which are added will just make the update grand with Nexus experience improved.

Android-4.3

Google has announced that all the new Nexus 7 tablets which will now be shipped will be equipped with updated version of android. However, the new updated version of android will soon be provided to present other original Nexus tablets too. The devices which will soon be provided with an update include Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Nexus 4 and other Nexus galaxy smartphones. The update is being serviced to some and will take few weeks to cover all.

The updated OS can be easily caught via air and will flash itself under the settings menu. The update is being rolled by the Google and it will soon ping up all the authentic existing Nexus devices which find their entry in the list.
Not all the devices are expected to receive at once. So if yours has not received, humbly wait for your turn.
However, there is always a manual method to facilitate if automatic don’t serves the purpose. Here is an easy compilation of steps you may follow to achieve the updated version of OS just being released by Google.

  • Go to settings.
  • Click app settings under that.
  • Search for Google services framework.
  • Click it and further click on force stop. This will stop the application forcibly.
  • Next, you are required to click about under settings.
  • Then set your device to search the OS update automatically.

This method is totally safe and it won’t harm your device in any case. However, the method is not a sure shot and doesn’t guarantee the success. Your device may or may not fetch the update.

Though, if you want to try a little adventurous, we have another option too! Factory images of android 4.3 are easily available on open source project online. Nevertheless, this will employ the usage of flash images and other tools. Don’t try the same if you are not sure.

The event further highlighted the new nexus 7 tablet which is a way thinner and lighter too! The tablet is powered with 1920 x 2000 mega pixels grand display. It is further supported by a powerful snapdragon processor. The new updated version is also equipped with stereo speakers, but they are so small that their presence doesn’t matter! Further the device is provided a fair 1.2 mega pixels front camera and 5 mega pixels rear camera.

The updated OS version released by Google will support multiple logins and will also allow the parents discretion. That is parents can now control their kids’ tablet!

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