The first developer preview is here, and today I'll show you how to install Android O on the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel C, Pixel and Pixel XL.
With the introduction of Android 6.0, we have a way to enable a secret and experimental version of multiwindow for the Nexus 5X.
If you've noticed battery life, performance, overheating or other issues with your device, you might want to try booting the Nexus 5X into Safe Mode as a troubleshooting test.
Before you go and do any major modifications to your Nexus 5X, let me show you how to install the popular custom recovery solution, TWRP.
This is also known as Bootloader Mode, but today I want to show you the step by step process for how to boot your Nexus 5X into Fastboot Mode.
Having a full backup of your Nexus 5X is critical if you ever want to install any modifications so let me show you how to create a Nandroid backup.
If you ever need to do a factory reset to sideload an OTA update then you can follow these instructions to boot the Nexus 5X into Recovery Mode.
Yesterday I showed you how to create a Nandroid backup and today I wanted to show how to take that and restore your Nexus 5X from said backup.
Now that you know how to create and restore a Nandroid backup on the Nexus 5X, let me show you how to delete some of these backups.
If you ever notice your Nexus 5X is acting slow, using too much better, overheating or anything suspicious, then I would recommend to do a factory reset.