This previous week Google launched the Pixel C tablet, and immediately made it available for sell in the Google Store. As an addition, Google has just recently Android 6.0.1 factory images and binaries have been released for the new device.
For the Pixel C, Google has made available two Android 6.0.1 factory which hold build numbers MXB48J and MXB48K. These factory images also feature a “ryu” which is Pixel C’s software branch codename. These packages are the latest after Google recently released Android 6.0.1 factory images for its Nexus devices.
Among its many advantages, these factory images can be used to flash the Pixel C to its previous stock in cases where users have changes or toyed with the gadget’s software. This requires a custom ROM to be present in the Pixel C. For this purpose also, Google has released trademark binaries with “dragon” codename.
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Pixel C is a convertible device from Google, which serves as a tablet when it comes to media content and entertainment and as a laptop when a keyboard accessory is attached, which can be used for work purposes.
Pixel C currently runs on Android OS, though there have been rumors stating that Google had previously tested their Pixel C gadget for Chrome OS.
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