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T-Mobile is updating its Galaxy S6 and S6 edge with June's security patches, bug fixes, and more.

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If you’ve got a T-Mobile Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge, then you’ve also got a software update coming your way. T-Mobile has announced updates for both its Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge. The updates will bump the phones to software version G920TUVU4EPF1 and G925TUVU4EPF1, respectively, and they weigh in at 247.41MB and 248.09MB.
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It's only the end of June.. lol good one..
This is why I buy Nexus😋
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Google's new Project Fi app update officially adds support for the U.S. Cellular network. Are you using Project Fi? If so, how is it working for you?

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After announcing earlier this month that it would be adding support for U.S. Cellular, Google’s Project Fi now appears to be gaining that feature.
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how is the handoff? i need to be in touch with my family and dont want any "loss of signal" Tmobile AND US cell are great in my area
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Google's latest Android app is Expeditions, a VR app that'll let you explore famous landmarks, swim with sharks, and go to outer space.

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Google today is making some education news today with the launch of a new Android app.
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The latest addition to Twitter is stickers that you can attach to your photos. Will you use stickers when they hit Twitter's apps?

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Apparently 2016 is the year of big changes at Twitter, because after rolling out tweaks like 140-second videos and photos and links that don’t count against your character limit, Twitter is now rolling out a new photo-centric feature.
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A new rumor claims that Google is working on its own smartphone that'll launch later this year. Do you think Google will release its own phone? If it does, will you buy one?

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One of the highlights of Nexus devices is that Google is involved in their development, teaming up with another manufacturer to create and sell them. If a new report is true, though, we may soon see a phone that’s pure Google.
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This is the same rumor circulating since the first HTC Nexus. So... next article?
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The Galaxy Note 7 leaks continue today with some info on the features that Samsung's next Android phablet will have to offer. If this spec leak holds true, will you buy a Note 7?

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Hot on the heels of news that Samsung’s next Galaxy Note is likely to be called the Galaxy Note 7, more details on the upcoming Android flagship have leaked.
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What's wrong with the camera? 
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Facebook wants to help you find things to do by showing human-curated lists of events. How often do you use Facebook for events?

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Events are a major part of Facebook, and today the social networking giant is beefing up its Events functionality to make it even bigger.
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What are your thoughts on expensive flagship phones these days? Have other options, such as the OnePlus's "flagship killer" stance or Moto's affordable line of smartphones, changed the way you feel about costly flagships?

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Five years ago I was all about the latest and greatest flagships that were on the market. I hardly batted an eyelash at anything that cost less than $199 on contract. In my opinion, flagships were the only decent choice when it came to good smartphones. Android was kind of a mess at the time (but developing well) and the iPhone, once I discovered it, blew me out of the water. BlackBerry was on its way down, and Windows Phone 7 never did take off.
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+sean watkins I have one also. It is just awesome. Waiting on Idol 4 which was supposed to be released already but looks like it's gonna be a month or so. 
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Android has had third-party keyboards for quite some time, and they've only gotten better, but so has Google's stock keyboard. Which keyboard has become your favorite over the years?
Android, Google’s mobile operating system, used to feel like a science project set loose upon the world. A little rough around the edges, but with a powerful center that showed the platform had plenty of growth and room for expansion. For the Android fans out there who’ve been using the platform for years, the one constant has always been that Android was going to get better.
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I love googles keyboard on my iPhone 6 sometimes, cause it'll get glitchy after a while, hopefully third party keyboards will get better with ios10
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Another Marshmallow update is rolling out, going to the T-Mobile version of the Galaxy Note 4. Are you still rocking a Note 4?

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A Marshmallow treat is a pretty great way to start the week, and today that’s what T-Mobile Galaxy Note 4 owners are getting.
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+James Ray IV i dont have a Mac. I think the video PC has to be running Windows
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With millions of apps available to us, which ones are your "must haves"?

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Recently I rejoined the Android ecosystem with my new(ish) Samsung Galaxy S7. It has taken some time to adjust to life away from iOS, and just as I had feared, I have been spending an incredible amount of time exploring my phone – something I didn’t do a whole lot of on my iPhone.
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Good Lock is not available in the US and only for S6 S7 and note5 unless you download the app from apkmirror
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It's looking likely that Samsung will name its next Galaxy Note flagship "Galaxy Note 7." What do you want to see from the next Galaxy Note smartphone?

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It’s expected that Samsung will unveil its sixth Galaxy Note flagship later this year, but there’s been some back and forth about whether it’ll be called the Galaxy Note 6 or Galaxy Note 7. Now it appears that that mystery has been solved.
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