Google just announced the Android 8.1 Developer Preview and this guide shows you how to install it on the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel, Pixel C and Pixel 2.
Category - Nexus 6P Tips
Tips and tricks for the Huawei Nexus 6P.
Google recently removed the toggle that turned off the Google Feed, but now there’s a new method that will let us disable it from working.
With the Android 8.0 Oreo update, it seems like Google has moved the option to enable or disable new application icons from appearing on the Home Screen.
There’s a free application in the Play Store that lets you enable four different fingerprint swipe gestures on devices with a supported fingerprint sensor.
This week we saw Google release the Android N Developer Preview and today I want to show you how to manually install it on the Nexus 6P.
In today’s tutorial, I want to show you how to install an Icon Pack on the Nexus 6P with one of the many different custom launchers available in the Play Store.
If you aren’t familiar with customizing Android, this can be confusing so today I want to show you the order in which you can modify your Nexus 6P.
LG brought double tap to sleep/wake to the masses but I want to show you how to enable this for the Nexus 6P with a custom launcher application.
No matter what happened to your smartphone, if you follow these steps then you can revert back to stock Android by following these steps.
If you’re looking for a custom kernel for the Nexus 6P, then take a look at this compiled list of all the kernels I’ve been able to find.