A year ago, Android’s latest update was just a few months old, and it had been a rocky ride from there.
The biggest change was that it needed a new operating system.
In October, Google announced that the OS would be getting a big update to version 4.1.0.
While the OS had a few new features, it was still limited to a few key features, like support for Google’s new hardware-accelerated AI technology.
Google is using the update to make the OS more stable, and the company has made sure that the upgrade also adds support for older devices.
So what does the upgrade add?
Well, it adds support in the form of a new software version called 4.0, which is basically a rebrand of the previous 4.x version.
For Android users, it means the OS is getting a brand-new version of its software that makes use of the latest hardware.
And for older Android devices, it’s going to add support for the newer 4.3 software.
The upgrade isn’t the only thing that’s been done to Android over the past year.
In December, Google said it would be making its own operating system for Android devices running Android 4.2.0 or later.
That new OS will also be called Android 4, and Google is calling it Android 4+ (or something close to it).
Android 4 was first announced in June, and in August, it launched as a free update for a number of Android devices.
Now, though, Google is going to offer the upgrade for $10 per device (though the company says that the update will cost $15 per device, so that’s not really a discount).
The upgrade also brings support for Android 4 features like support and support updates, which Google says will make the Android OS more secure.
But the update isn’t just for older users.
Google also says it’s also going to make Android 4 for tablets, smartphones, and other devices.
In other words, Android 4 is basically Android 4 with more security.
But there are a few things you should know about the new update: 1.
If you already have a Google account on your device, you can still upgrade to Android 4 without using the new upgrade.
The $10 upgrade will be available to all Android users in the US.
The older $15 upgrade will only be available for users in countries outside the US, though the company is planning to expand the offer to other countries.
The Google+ app for Android is now also available to users in all countries except the US and Canada.
Google says that users will be able to install and update the Android 4 software on their device once it’s available.
If the software has already been updated to the latest version, the app will not install and won’t update.
Google plans to offer an upgrade for Android 5.0 devices in the future.
The company says it is working on an upgrade to the next version of the OS that will enable the upgrade on devices that are older than 5.1, but Google says it won’t be ready for that time yet.
In a statement, Google says: Google will continue to roll out updates to Android to support devices that have been updated in the past, but there’s no firm date for when we’ll roll out the Android 5 upgrade.
Google said that it plans to make updates available to new devices that get older than Android 5 when the update is ready.
Google+ Android 5 was first released in May 2016.
The OS was designed for the new iPhone and iPad, and has since been ported to many Android phones, tablets, and smartwatches.
Android 5+ is designed for phones and tablets that run the latest versions of Android.
Google has already made it possible for Android users to upgrade to Google’s latest OS.
Earlier this year, Google launched the Android Upgrade Program, which lets Android users upgrade their devices to Android 5 instead of the new OS.
Google’s own upgrade program was discontinued after just one year, and this new update will likely be the last one that will be made available to Android users.
If Google can get the Android upgrade program back on track, it should be able keep doing so.