I tried to access the wifi on my job for the first time today. When I did, I got a warning screen that said google achrome does not trust this source and that I should not proceed. Is this normal? My Nexus 7 has not done this on ather wifi spots. My Samsung Statosphere has no issue with the wifi. Should I go ahead and connect to the work wifi with my Nexus?
I have a spare Nexus 4 phone after recently upgrading to a Nexus 5. I would like to root the device and use it to share a wifi connection. To be clear, I am not talking about the stock android wifi hotspot functionality which shares a mobile 3G/ 4G data connection wirelessly.
I was 99% positive WiFi was better on battery than LTE and I know my phone last longer on WiFi, we'll while looking over the specs of the nexus 6 I noticed it said the battery last 9.5 hours on WiFi and 10 hours on LTE. Is this a typo or does the nexus 6 somehow last longer on LTE?
For the first time in a long time, Google announced a new version of Android, but didn’t release it for Nexus devices right away. Those of you with a Nexus 4, Nexus 7 (old and new), and a Nexus 10 will have to wait a few weeks until Google pushes it out.
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I am hoping you guys can help me. I have a Nexus 5, and I am getting a 'Not in Range' message for wifi the router in my office.
Interestingly, everything worked just fine for a long time, till I decided to update my Nexus 5 to Android L. The phone would work at home but not in my office. So I have today, tried downgrading it back to Android 4.4.4, and the problem still persists.
As reported yesterday, Google has updated the Nexus 7 2013 (WiFi), Nexus 9 (WiFi), and Nexus 10 to Android 5.0.1. Factory images were already posted, which you can use to manually update your device, but unless you’re unlocked, the preferred method is updating with the actual over-the-air (OTA) update since you won’t lose your data.