AOKP 8.1.0 Oreo Nexus 6 Full Review

AOKP 8.1.0 Oreo Review for the Nexus 6
This was a request review and I have tested this rom and kernel combo for a couple weeks now and so far irs holding up just fine.

Link to AOKP for the Nexus 6 on XDA

Link to Popcorn Kernel on XDA

Neo’s Resurrection Remix v6.0.0 Oreo 8.1 Full Review Nexus 6

Neo’s Resurrection Remix v6.0.0 Oreo 8.1 Full Review for the Nexus 6 The official version will be for many, many other devices and this review is representative for all the devices and only minor changes like hardware differences will be off from this review. Camera was tested working fine but I had no time in the video to demonstrate it. You will have to just take my word for it…

XDA Thread To this build by Neo for all your download links. He also has links to the official RR thread in the OP but I will also include it here.

XDA Thread for the Official Resurrection remix link

Resurrection Remix Google Plus Community

The link to my Google Plus Community Hayes Tech and Ron Reviews

Link to my second Google Pllus Community for my own Rom project GhostProject Roms

Channel: David Hayes
Published: 2018-03-01 21:38:07
Duration: 34M11S
Views: 5898
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Oreo 8.1 Official Update For Moto G5splus And MotoG5s | Soak Test | 32 or 64 bit ??

In this video you are going to see about the android 8.1 Oreo update for Moto g5splus and Moto g5s, 32 or 64 bit software,release dates,new features,Oreo screenshots.

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Channel: Digital Visions
Published: 2018-06-14 06:19:07
Duration: 2M3S
Views: 1949
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Huawei’s Google Nexus 6P Review – Holding strong in 2018

The last released phone in Google’s nexus line of phones.
This is android.
No nonsense. No bloat. Just pure and simple android.

The bloat and the lack of support. It’s what drove me away from the platform. The typical android experience tends to be a short or non existent support cycle followed by an afternoon trying to figure out how to install a somewhat stable version of lineage OS on it.

Nexus. The nexus is on a guaranteed minimum 2 year feature update cycle, followed by another year of security updates.
In the world of andriod phones. Not bad.
But remember, apple still releases updates to its nearly 5 year old iphone 5s.
Now, google has listed these update cycles as minimums, so who knows. But that’s something to understand.

But back to the phone. What a fantastic phone.

A large solid alumin body.
Premium feel that is smoth to the touch..
A bit too smooth though, I recommend you grab a case with a grip if you don’t want slidding away.

A large Beatiful amoled screen with a high 1440 x 2560 resolution – it could be a bit brighter out in daylight, but it is clear and easy to see in all lighting.

And yeah. This thing is huge. Well. That’s what I thought at first. Until I used it for a day, and it just became the comfortable norm. Turns out, this phone isn’t huge, all other phones are tiny.

Oh, and that ridge. Yeah, it has a little ridge, where the camera sits, along with the laser. It does mean that your phone won’t sit flush against a desk. It’s a minor annoyance. Personally I would have preffered they just make the phone thicker with an even bigger battery.

But that’s not what sells. Not in the store when you pick up that thin, lightweight, solid, shinny new phone.

Gorilla glass 4 makes it a durable screen… which I still make it my habit to throw a tempered gass screen onto

A cortex A53 + A57 octa core processor – to give you speed when you need it, and help keep that battery life under control.

It comes in 128, 64, and 32gb internal storage variants – this is the 32gb version – and sorry, no sdcard slot. So what you get is what you have. But with the abundance of cloud services, I find storage a non-issue these days.

That camera… I like it. The laser focus is instant. I really mean it. You take a photo. It’ll be sharp.

In my opinion the quality doesn’t quite match that of my Lumia 930… but its pretty close. As with most android phones, manual options tend to be a bit clumsy, but that won’t be an issue for most users,

And for video… although you can film in 4k with sharp detail and vibrant colours. The lack of optical stabilization is immediately noticeable.

And what’s left? The fingerprint reader. It is instant. You touch it, you are logged in. it works flawlessly.

So all in all. This is a great phone. Way better than anything you’ll find new for 80 eur.

In my opinion the nexus 6p is an example of what android needs to be across the board. A solid phone with no bloat and a decent support cycle.

Google hasn’t officially kiled off the nexus line yet, stating they ”
don’t want to close a door completely, but there is no plan right now to do more Nexus devices”

Hmm… well… Google has the pixel now… so… sort of the same premise. Solid phones without bloat.

I like the phone. Yeah, even on the used market, you pay a slight premium over the competition…. In my opinion, deservedly so.

Photo near end of video:
Google Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones by Maurizio Pesce licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license

Channel: Hungry Gizmo
Published: 2018-06-11 00:27:54
Duration: 6M33S
Views: 65
Likes: 4
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How To Flash AOSiP Oreo and Custom Popcorn Kernel on Nexus 6

How To Flash AOSiP Oreo amd Custom Kernel on Nexus 6.
This is just a quick tutorial on how to flash AOSiP and Popcorn Kernel on the Nexus 6. This is the Oreo version and is the latest build of both the rom and the kernel.

Link to AOSiP for Nexus 6 on XDA

Link to Popcorn Kernel for Nexus 6 XDA

Link to FED Patch v8 on XDA. This is on the Nexus 9 Forum but this patch works on almoxt all Nexus devices including Nexus 6, 6p, Nexus 9 and a couple otherd, although I have only tested it on those 3 devices.

Channel: David Hayes
Published: 2018-06-15 01:16:36
Duration: 8M13S
Views: 10
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LG Urbane 2 LTE “Worth buying in 2018?”

LG Urbane 2 LTE “Worth buying in 2018?”
If you can purchase one in mint condition for around $100 bucks, like I did, the the answer is… LOL… Watch the video for my answer.
Link to Swappa
Channel: David Hayes
Published: 2018-05-29 20:42:06
Duration: 17M46S
Views: 88
Likes: 9
Favorites: 0

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