Does Nexus 7 4G compatible with 3G too.
Can anyone of you let me know the 3G frequency it will support?
As per tech crunch page, it has been mentioned as 3G compatible.
I have a 2013 Nexus 7 and tried to download the Jawbone UP app, but the Google Play store reports that the device is not compatible. I hear reports that it runs on a Nexus 4. Does anyone know the technical reason this app would not work on a Nexus 7?
Canonical is dropping Ubuntu touch support for a wave of Nexus phones and tablets, including the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7 (2012), and Nexus 10. Nexus 5 support is also on hold for the time being. Engineers confirmed the unfortunate news in a phone mail list, stating that the company was focusing all efforts on the newer Nexus devices.
I really want Ubuntu on a tablet, but the Nexus 7 is just to small for my tastes. I feel as though the Nexus 10 would be a much better fit. Should I just get the Nexus 7 or should I expect a Nexus 10 compatible installer in the near future?
The LG Nexus 4 is either a great new flagship, or a half-baked device missing several important features, depending on who you ask. Unfortunately it looks like the latter is getting a little more ammunition as it’s recently surfaced that the Nexus 4 has no USB OTG (on-the-go) support. USB OTG cables allow users to connect a mouse, keyboard, flash drive, etc.
It seems surprising that there's no HDR option on the nexus 10. This Nexus 10 support page says that HDR should be an available option, though I'm assuming that they just cut and pasted from the nexus 4 docs.
I've tried to find a clear answer but get conflicting reports.
Greetings, iPhone user since 2008, now a very happy owner of a Nexus 5! However, the volume controls on my Apple headset are not compatible, so I need to get a replacement. I need a mic, answer/end button and volume control.
Does anyone know if the Blackberry headsets are generally compatible with the Nexus 5?
Ubuntu Touch, the popular operating system’s mobile version, will be stopping support on several high-end Nexus devices— the 2012 Nexus 7, the Nexus 10, and the Galaxy Nexus. Canonical, the commercial entity behind Ubuntu, hopes to scale down focus in order to improve Ubuntu’s current version, 14.04.
Only a week after the Nexus 8 codename “Flounder” was found in the Chromium source code, we now also have reference to the Nexus 6. The code can still be seen on the Code Review page under the new code section.
The Nexus 8 has been the subject of rumors before, and is expected to be made by HTC and have an 8″ screen, hence the “8″.