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Android M Developer Preview 2 released for supported Nexus devices


Android M Developer Preview 2 released for supported Nexus devices

Google has released the second developer preview of Android M for the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9 and the Nexus Player. Developers can download and install new system images on their compatible Nexus devices and keep their apps up to date with the changes that will be introduced to Google’s mobile operating system down the road.

Sony releases AOSP based Android M Developer Preview images for Xperia smartphones and tablets


Sony releases AOSP based Android M Developer Preview images for Xperia smartphones and tablets

Sony has announced the availability of Android M Developer Preview images for several of its Xperia devices. Keep in mind that these are categorized as AOSP images, which means you won't be have the Google apps and services by default.

When will my device receive Android M


When will my device receive Android M

Google has announced Android M, and subsequently released the first developer preview and SDK so developers can start porting their apps in preparation of its launch. Meanwhile the general Android community must be wondering when they will be receiving Android M.

Android M - Full Changelog


Android M - Full Changelog

Yesterday Google announced Android M, the successor to Lollipop, and highlighted six key improvements that the platform will offer - app permissions, web experience, app links, mobile payments, fingerprint support, and power and charging.

Android M developer preview and SDK now available for download


Android M developer preview and SDK now available for download

Following the conclusion of the Google I/O 2015 Developer conference keynote, the Android maker has released its first developer preview build of Android M on the Android Developer website.

Android M officially announced - Here's all you need to know


Android M officially announced

Today Google uncovered their next big version of Android during their annual I/O Developer Conference in San Francisco. Global adoption rates for Android Lollipop may be just breaking the 10% barrier, but that doesn't mean that Google hasn't been hard at work since the last major update.

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