I am new bee with linux , I want to execute this /opt/nexus-oss-webapp-22.214.171.124/bin/jsw/linux-x86-32/nexus startat stratup so that every time the machaine is restarted my nexus... [by fachhoch]
on 11/04/2012 – Made popular on 11/04/2012
I currently have an iPad 3 that I'm thinking of giving to my mum and have been looking at Android tablets. Firstly, I would only consider Nexus devices as I'm too lazy these days to mess with custom ROMs and prefer the aesthetic and update promptness of a Nexus device, hence I've been researching on Nexus 7 and Nexus 10.
coming from a galaxy nexus, it's time for a change. and I'm between the nexus 4 and One X+. keeping in mind the dangerous back glass of the nexus 4, I'm turning to the one x+. but is the 1GB ram vs the 2GB a big difference ? does it have the same acceptance from the developers as the nexus does? (custom ROMs, kernels etc.) any opinions accepted
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 would love to get the nexus 6, but people are saying that it will have a 5.9" screen; that is way too big of a screen for me. Google also usually kills off the old Nexus device some time before releasing the new one, so is it worth buying the Nexus 5 now, or waiting to see if the Nexus 6 is any good, and is a good sized phone?
I was planning on getting the Nexus 5 some time back, but then rumors of the Nexus 6 started popping up. With it now looking like the Nexus 6 won't see a release, would the Nexus 5 be worth picking up this year with other phones like the Moto X+1 on the horizon?
For a limited time you can get 25% off Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 cases from the Google Play Store. These include The Nexus 5 Bumper Case ($26.24), LG QuickCover for the Nexus 5 ($37.49), Nexus 7 sleeve ($22.49), Nexus 7 Folio (out of stock), and Nexus 7 case ($37.49).
You don’t need to enter a coupon code or any other funny business.