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    Perhaps the URL should be the actual upstream announcement: https://android.googleblog.com/2016/08/android-70-nougat-more-powerful-os-made.html

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      Good catch. I should add that to my rss feed aggregator instead of relying on third-party sites like Engadget.

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      My nexus 4 wishes it could get updates. T_T

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        If you enroll in the beta program, you’ll get the OTA update within seconds. :)

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          seems like there’s no going back from the beta program without losing data though… :/

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            From my reading it looks like if you unenroll while your device is running a beta you’ll have to wipe, but not otherwise.

            You may opt out of the programme at any time to return to the stable, public version of Android. Note: If you opt out when your device is running a beta version of Android, all user data on the device will be wiped.

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              To clarify - if you enroll in the beta program, it will push the stable version of 7.0. You can install the update then immediately unenroll, which won’t install 7 since it’s stable. Worked on my Nexus 6p.

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                Did exactly this last night. Worked flawlessly. Scare text is pretty scary though.