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  1. Yes I got notified on Friday to enable enhanced features. Running a pixel XL on sprint.
  2. I had to use stock recovery and side load the OTA. I tried using TWRP and flashing it like I did with previous OTA's but it just gave me an error that did not seem related to the recovery. Put the stock recovery on and side loaded with ADB and it worked fine.
  3. 1) Download the OTA.zip on your PC, rename the file update.zip, then place file in the same directory as adb. 2) Make sure you have USB Debugging checking in the Developer Options, then connect your phone. 3) Open the command prompt from the directory above on your PC and type the command: 'adb reboot recovery' 4) When in recovery, you’ll see an android laying down. Press volume up and release. The menu will appear. Select “apply update from adb” 5) Using the command prompt type: 'adb sideload update.zip' The file will load and the update will begin. 6) When completed, select reboot. ht
  4. When trying to flash the OTA from TWRP it gave me an error. I have done it this way with kitkat. With this update I had to put the stock recovery on and then ADB sideload the OTA zip to not have it error out. This is the OTA zip for anyone completely stock and not wanting to wait for the OTA. It does not wipe data but you do have to use ADB to sideload it. http://android.clients.google.com/packages/ota/google_hammerhead/c1a33561be84a8a6a7d5a4c8e3463c4db9352ce6.signed-hammerhead-LRX21O-from-KTU84P.c1a33561.zip
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  6. Did you connect to band 26 on the 5c? Are you connecting to band 26 on the 6?
  7. Sorry I thought it was the S5 in my first post but upon reading the article again I see it was the Note 4 (It's been a long week). Doesn't change my point I was trying to make.
  8. Yeah I agree and at the bottom it reads We recently gave the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 our overall Best Smartphone Display award, and for the time being that continues for all of the reasons originally mentioned there. In particular, for implementing Color Management to provide multiple Color Gamuts, and then using the Color Management to provide the Highest Absolute Color Accuracy for Standard (sRGB/Rec.709) consumer content of any Smartphone or Tablet display that we have ever measured (in one of its four available screen modes, which many reviewers seem to overlook). I was just point
  9. Just to clarify the iPhone 6 has the best "LCD", Displaymate even mentioned that the S5 still has the best mobile screen. I have to give Apple credit for I am seriously thinking about getting a 6 plus. I'm just waiting for the next Nexus before making my decision. Wife has a 6 and I think they are really nice (tried to talk her into getting a plus but she wouldn't go for it). If I can swing it I will get both and enjoy the perks of both OS's. Call me old but I just don't see the need to prove one OS/phone better then the other. They are both fast and stable enough for me. I don'
  10. Really? It was there earlier today but now it isn't showing the update for me. It says the current version is KRT49H. I know that the important update is the google factory image page. I just thought it might be a sign that sprint finally heard something from Google about the delay.
  11. The update was just pulled from the sprint site. http://support.sprint.com/support/article/Find_and_update_the_software_version_on_your_Google_Nexus_5/WServiceAdvisory_542_GKB61196?INTNAV=SU:DP:OV:UG:GoogleNexus5:FindAndUpdateTheSoftwareVersionOnYourGoogleNexus5&question_box=find%20and%20update%20the%20software%20version%20on%20your%20nexus%205&id16=find%20and%20update%20the%20software%20version%20on%20your%20nexus%205
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