Google already done with October security patch, posts factory images for Nexus and Pixel devices
We have entered a new month and for the Android enthusiasts who know that Google never fails, you should be glad to know that the software giant has already perfected the security update and patches for the month of October meaning that depending on various factors, you should be getting it anytime from now.
Already likewise, the software engineers over at Google have reeled out the factory images and OTA zip files for their Nexus device line-up and as well, their Pixel C tablet.
For this OTA update, it depends on your manufacturer and other factors such as region and carrier to state when you would be getting it but if you sit well with your device this month, it would hit you at a time not so far away anymore.
Google has been rolling out updates to their devices for a while now and while most of them are already tasting what it feels like to have some Nougat on your smartphone, they have chosen to go on with ignoring both the Motorola Nexus 6 and HTC Nexus 5 too, leaving them to languish with their Marshmallow 6.0.1.
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