Now you can Install CM13 for LG Nexus 4 E960 based on android marshmallow 6.0 custom rom. You can download unofficial Cm 13 rom for Nexus 4 from the link given below. Thanks to XDA dev stephanmc for the this unofficial Cyanogenmod 13 rom for Nexus 4 code na...
#Landour, a small cantonment town contiguous with #Mussoorie, is about 35 km from the city of #Dehradun in the northern state of #Uttarakhand in India.
Lovely Landour looks like a picture postcard and is about the same size. An old-fashioned aura drapes the town’s mighty deodars and red rhododendron flowers.
Mussoorie may steal the limelight, but Landour has a charm that makes it stand out in its own right. The ecology and environment of Landour give it the greatest aura of interest.
Landour is a great destination as it is, even today, less touched by the evils of rampant modernization and tourism – a green reminder of how life once was everywhere in the foothills of the Himalaya. India Visit Online @ http://goo.gl/9GHFYf
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Helping users free up storage space on their Android device:
On the Settings screen, users will now see a “Free Up Space” button. Clicking on the button will prompt the user to bulk-delete copies of photos that have already been backed up from their device. To prevent device copies from being accidentally deleted, we’re asking users to double-confirm their intent during the ‘Free Up Space’ flow.
Users who are backing up their photos in High quality may now also receive an Assistant card prompting them to bulk delete device copies when they’re nearing the storage limit on their devices (currently only users who are backing up at Original quality receive these cards).
Deleting photos from SD-card enabled devices
We’re rolling out a fix that will allow users on certain SD-card enabled devices to delete photos stored on an SD card. This should prevent the issue of a photo continuing to show up in the Photos view despite being deleted, a frustrating experience for users.
We have one feature that will begin rolling out on the Web on Wednesday:
Downgrade previously uploaded photos from “Original quality” to “High quality”
When users choose to backup their photos and videos to Google Photos, we allow photos to be uploaded in two ways:
“Original quality” (large file, full resolution). These photos count against a user’s Google storage quota.
“High quality” (smaller file, compressed file). These photos don’t count against a user’s Google storage quota.
If a user joined Google Photos and selected the “Original quality’ setting for their photos, but changed their mind, they could have future media backed up in “High quality”. However, for media already backed up in “Original quality” before then, users were in an awkward state: they had no way to downgrade that media to “High quality”.
With this update, users will be able to downgrade previously backed up photos from “Original quality” to “High quality” by visiting photos.google.com/settings from their computer and clicking ‘Recover Storage’.
1. It really does not download to the SD card for phones that have it, and there seems to be no way to tweak that. Here, my Note 3 has only 1.5GB of internal storage free, but 50GB on the SD card, but Maps only sees 1.5GB.
2. Now some good news, since I've seen it brought up a lot in the comments. Offline maps will now auto-update and presumably won't nag you to update them after 30 days. There's now a setting to auto-update them. Previously, it would nag http://andp.lc/1WLggVy.
Finally got my Nexus 6P today!!!! Silver 64 gb and its awesome!!! Finally made the jump from Nexus 5 to this beast!!! It's an amazing phone and Im seriously loving the battery life of this phone.
Crazy camera quality. Crazier battery life. Amazing usability. Kickass speakers. Still getting used to the size of the phone but its only been about 15 hours so I guess I'll get used to it. Doesn't heat up one bit. The speakers don't crackle. The AMOLED is treating my eyes well (so Is the sRGB). People thinking of switching phones switch to the 6p if you want rich media consumption and don't wanna worry about battery life. Also be advised the size is a bit overwhelming if coming from a small phone. I came from a Nexus 5 and I thought it was HUGE.
Anyway, Nexus doing it right this year for sure!
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