Many Pixel users have installed the first Android 15 DP1 build, but due to the unstable experience, users are looking to downgrade from Android 15 to Android 14. If you are in the same boat, follow our detailed tutorial and move back to the stable Android 14 release. You can use the web-based Android Flash Tool or flash the Android 14 factory image manually using your computer. That said, bear in mind that the downgrade process will wipe out all your data so make a backup before the rollback.
Moto has released an official list of devices in its portfolio that will get the Android 14 update. It includes their most recent foldable phones, the Razr 40 and 40 Ultra, alongside a few mid-range and upper-mid-range devices like the Moto G84 and G54. The update should arrive in the next few months, but we can't be sure as Motorola hasn't shared an official timeline.
Nothing has started rolling out the Nothing OS 2.5 update based on the latest Android 14 for the Nothing Phone (2) with loads of new features like customizations, changes for the Glyph Interface, and more. This comes after the Carl Pei-led brand released the beta version of Nothing OS 2.5 update for people back in October. The Nothing Phone (1) will soon start getting the open beta of Nothing OS 2.5.
Repair mode, when enabled, reboots your phone to a factory state, without any essential, sensitive apps like Messages or Banking apps. If you're on the December Feature Drop, you can enable Repair Mode by going to Settings > System > Repair Mode.
The December Feature Drop for Pixel devices is here and it brings lots of new features such as Night Sight for Video, Timelapse, and the ability to use your Pixel camera as a Webcam for PC. The update also brings a few AI features that are exclusive to the Pixel 8 and 8 Pro.