Google rolls out An­droid 6.0.1 up­dates to Nexus de­vices

Asian Journal - - Asia -

New York: While all the phones work­ing on An­droid Op­er­at­ing Sys­tem (OS) would wait for new An­droid 6.0.1 up­date, the Google Nexus de­vices will get over-the-air (OTA) up­date from Tues­day. OTA refers to var­i­ous meth­ods of dis­tribut­ing new soft­ware up­dates, con­fig­u­ra­tion set­tings, and even up­dat­ing en­cryp­tion keys to de­vices like cell­phones, set-top boxes or se­cure voice com­mu­ni­ca­tion equip­ment. “We’re cel­e­brat­ing new emo­jis on #Nexus which start rolling out to­day!,” Google wrote on its Nexus Google+ page on Mon­day an­nounc­ing the roll­out to the de­vices. The new An­droid 6.0.1 up­date has a bunch of new fea­tures listed on its web­site. The first up­date is avail­abil­ity of “Con­tex­tual As­sis­tance” on Tap -- an ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence pro­gramme or ma­chine learn­ing pro­gramme uses the raw power of the search en­gine to show more info about the user’s search in­put.

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