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The best way would be to manually flash the Google factory images to get to Android 6.0.1, then all the monthly security updates will come via OTA, and when 7.0 comes out, eventually the phone would get that as well. Google Nexus Factory Images


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If you use Mobile Data for update purposes, then it is better to update Google services and the messaging services only, but if you have access to WiFi then keep your apps updated. Battery Optimization: There's a reason developers constantly update apps, and most of the time it's memory or battery optimization. Keeping your apps updated also means you have ...


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Nexus devices generally get system updates in a timely manner, but only for a certain amount of time (as is generally the case for all devices). The Nexus 6P is guaranteed to be updated until September 2017, so it will definitely receive the Android Nougat update.


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You need to clear data for downloading application (DMClient) open system nofitication bar hold touch on system downloading bar until it pop up app info touch App info it will go to DMClient app info touch clear data button under Storage then touch OK for Delete app data question


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The best practice for flashing stock Samsung firmware is through Odin on your PC with the original USB cable. This will remove the root and return your device in stock condition with the desired downloaded Android version. The process is very easy you just have to flash the MD5 file using ODIN in download mode you can follow this useful guide with images ...


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No it doesn't but make sure you perform backup's before updating.



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