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Update the software - Nexus 6

Update the software - Nexus 6

Nexus devices receive the latest version of Android directly from Google.

Once an update is available, it can take up to two weeks for it to reach your device. Based on your carrier, it may take longer than two weeks after release to get an update.

Nexus devices may not receive the latest version of Android if they fall outside of the update window, which is usually around 18 months after a device has been released.

To check for available updates:

  1. Touch Image
  2. Touch Settings
  3. Touch About phone
  4. Touch System updates

If an update is available, follow the instructions on your phone to download and install it. Once updated, your phone will restart to complete the installation.

To find the software version on your phone:

  1. From your phone’s home screen, touch the Image, then touch Settings
  2. Scroll down and touch About phone
  3. Find your phone’s software version

Image      Motorola Device Manager

Motorola Device Manager contains USB drivers and software to connect your Motorola phone or tablet to your computer using a USB cable.

For certain Android-powered devices, Motorola Device Manager can also update your software. Check out how.

Curious about your next Android upgrade? Our Upgrade News page will have the answers.

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