October 6, 2016 1:29:45 pm
Google’s Android 7.0 Nougat started rolling out for devices a few days ago, starting with Nexus-branded devices. However, the update was not made available for Nexus 9 LTE at that time. Now, according to a report in Android Police, Nexus 9 LTE has finally started receiving Android Nougat update as well.
Though Nexus 9 LTE users who enrolled themselves in the Android N Beta Program had received the update about a month back; it has now been launched for those didn’t and are still on Android Marshmallow OS. The report adds that updating your Nexus 9 LTE will bring your build number to NRD90R. And the build number looks the same build that was rolled out for beta testers a few weeks back.
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While, the update will be made available over-the-air for Nexus 9 LTE users; Google has put out OTA and OTA images as well. However, unlike Nexus 6, which came with the latest October security patch; Nexus 9 LTE will have older September Android security patch.
Google started rolling out Android Nougat for Nexus devices as well as Pixel C tablet in August. Now, some 15 odd Motorola smartphones are getting the latest Android OS. This includes all smartphones released this year and last year’s Moto X series. However, there are several number of devices yet to get Android 7.0 Nougat update.
Android 7.0 Nougat is a significant update over Marshmallow. It adds new design elements to notifications. The single major update with Android 7.0 Nougat is the split-screen multitasking feature. Android N also offers a new notifications panel with quick access to standard features like WiFi, Bluetooth, et cetera. There is also new bundled notifications which give access to notifications from same app in the form of thread. Android N also adds Direct Reply feature which basically allows users to reply directly from within the notification panel.
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