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Android Central 151: Tethering the Drama Llama

Thing 1: New Nexus LTE hullabaloo

  • Nexus 7 LTE now available in UK, Canada, Australia and more
  • Verizon responds to inqury about LTE-enabled Nexus 7 activation issues
  • Verizon clarifies LTE Nexus 7 certification process
  • Tethering with the Nexus 7 on AT&T

Thing 2: New devices

  • More LG G2 talk, tips and tricks
  • Moto X developer editions appear, Verizon version now available
  • Motorola Droid Maxx Developer Edition now available for $649
  • Sony Xperia Z1 video walkthrough

Other odds and ends

  • CyanogenMod team goes commercial, bullet-proof installer coming soon
  • Sprint introduces 'One Up' annual upgrade program
  • Quickoffice now free for all, courtesy of Google
  • It's official: BBM for Android coming September 21
  • Updated Google Wallet app coming to all US-based Android phones
8 Comments
  • Thanks for bringing up the Nexus 7 LTE Tethering issue @ the 13:30 mark Phil. You guys rock.
  • my Aunty Mila got a six month old Mercedes-Benz SL-Class Convertible by working online at home. recommended you read... http://ur1.ca/flhh2
  • I read my feeds in a place where it is rather noisy. Heading the audio of a video is essentially impossible. I sure wish I could READ this article. People still remember how to write, don't they? Or even make transcripts?
  • If your in a noisy place maybe headphones would be a good idea considering it's a podcast. Also, you can use the links above to go directly to each article if you want.
  • No Nexus 5 talk? :-P I did like they addressed the Blackberry woes, and Andrew's thoughts on the G2. Posted via the awesomest of awesome Android Central App
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  • Oh do I have a question. Did I hear the podcast correctly when it was stated that the Google play phones were good for software updates for about two years? I am thinking of getting the Next Nexus phone and I thought the Nexus Google play phones would be updated until the hardware no longer supported the software of the new release. So which is it? If I get the next Nexus phone from Google Play will the phone software be updated by Google as long as the hardware supports it, or will software updates stop after two years? If the updates stop after two years, why am I getting a Google Nexus when this is the same schedule that seems to be followed by Verizon?
  • You're confusing Google Play phones with Nexus phones. Posted via Android Central App