Google Nexus 6 Sd Slot

  • Released 2014, November
    184g, 10.1mm thickness
    Android 5.0, up to 7.1.1
    32GB/64GB storage, no card slot
  • 0.9%16,343,436 hits
  • 5.96'
    1440x2560 pixels
  • 13MP
  • 3GB RAM
    Snapdragon 805
  • 3220mAh
  • Google hasn’t included a micro SD card slot in a Nexus phone since the days of the Nexus One. Reddit user Sockpockets decided that it was high time that a newer Nexus — the Nexus 5 — gained.
  • So here is a humble request to Google to introduce external SD card support in next flagship phone - Nexus 6. Please don't follow the apple way. All Replies (7) 8/15/14. Nexus phones haven't had an SD card slot for several models now, so unfortunately I don't expect to see one in the purported Nexus 6.

Motorola Google Nexus 6 XT1100 XT1103. Sim Tray Sim Card Tray Holder Slot. Replacement Part. Description: Motorola Google Nexus 6 XT1100 XT1103 Sim Tray Sim Card Tray Holder Slot Replacement Part. Item will ship from Chicago. Black (500-549-203) White (500-549-249) Blue (500-549-251). Oct 31, 2012  The only Google Nexus device that shipped with an SD card slot was the Nexus One which came out in January 2010. All Nexus devices afterwards shipped without SD card slot. The latest Nexus devices that Google just announced, the Nexus 4, 7 and 10 - the numbers correlate to the size of the device - all ship without SD card slot as well. The nexus 5 has been my favourite phone ever. If I had a say the nexus 6 would remain pretty much the same but with the following changes:-2014 specs-SD card support-removable back and battery-better battery-same price That would be my dream phone!

Also known as Motorola Nexus X; Motorola Moto X Pro (China)

NetworkTechnologyGSM / CDMA / HSPA / LTE
2G bandsGSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 - all models
CDMA 800 / 1900 - XT1103
3G bandsHSDPA 800 / 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1800 / 1900 / 2100 - XT1100
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100 - XT1103
HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100 - Verizon
4G bandsLTE band 1(2100), 3(1800), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 9(1800), 19(800), 20(800), 28(700), 41(2500) - XT1100
LTE band 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 12(700), 13(700), 17(700), 25(1900), 26(850), 29(700), 41(2500) - XT1103
LTE band 4(1700/2100), 13(700) - Verizon
SpeedHSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE Cat4 150/50 Mbps or LTE-A (2CA) Cat6 300/50 Mbps
LaunchAnnounced2014, October
StatusAvailable. Released 2014, November
BodyDimensions159.3 x 83 x 10.1 mm (6.27 x 3.27 x 0.40 in)
Weight184 g (6.49 oz)
BuildGlass front (Gorilla Glass 3), plastic back, aluminum frame
SIMNano-SIM
Water resistant
DisplayTypeAMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size5.96 inches, 97.9 cm2 (~74.1% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution1440 x 2560 pixels, 16:9 ratio (~493 ppi density)
ProtectionCorning Gorilla Glass 3
PlatformOSAndroid 5.0 (Lollipop), upgradable to 7.1.1 (Nougat)
ChipsetQualcomm APQ8084 Snapdragon 805 (28 nm)
CPUQuad-core 2.7 GHz Krait 450
GPUAdreno 420
MemoryCard slotNo
Internal32GB 3GB RAM, 64GB 3GB RAM
Main CameraSingle13 MP, f/2.0, 28mm (wide), 1/3.1', 1.4µm, AF, OIS
FeaturesDual-LED ring flash, panorama, HDR
Video[email protected]
Selfie cameraSingle2 MP, f/2.2, 1/6', 1.4µm
Video
SoundLoudspeakerYes, with stereo speakers
3.5mm jackYes
Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic
CommsWLANWi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, hotspot
Bluetooth4.1, A2DP, LE
GPSYes, with A-GPS, GLONASS
NFCYes
RadioNo
USBmicroUSB 2.0 (SlimPort), USB On-The-Go
FeaturesSensorsAccelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer
BatteryNon-removable Li-Po 3220 mAh battery
ChargingQi wireless charging
Stand-byUp to 330 h
Talk timeUp to 24 h
MiscColorsMidnight Blue, Cloud White
ModelsXT1103, XT1100
SAR1.47 W/kg (head) 0.93 W/kg (body)
PriceAbout 420 EUR
TestsPerformanceBasemark OS II: 1509 / Basemark OS II 2.0: 1267
Basemark X: 20901
DisplayContrast ratio: Infinite (nominal), 3.543 (sunlight)
CameraPhoto / Video
LoudspeakerVoice 66dB / Noise 66dB / Ring 66dB
Audio qualityNoise -95.6dB / Crosstalk -96.6dB
Battery life

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Motorola Nexus 6 - user opinions and reviews

  • 8XY

It's just because of battery life! after 5 years, you should change your battery. I had same problems. It shutted down suddenly in 25% or less, middle of gaming or when it was ringing! I replaced the battery and everything is OK! Of course nothi..

  • Bisri
  • NXN

It shuts down automatically if the battery percent reaches 10 and less and more when it rings.

  • Vijayakumar.T
  • utN

The device automatically shutdown in several time


Learn how to use the task manager, view free space, and free up memory and storage on the Google Nexus 7 (2012) and sd card. Find out more on this page:

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Internal memory (RAM)

Manage memory

To manage the internal memory, follow these steps:

Restart the device regularly

You should restart the phone at least once a day:

  1. Press and hold the Power key.
  2. Touch Restart (if available) or Power Off.
  3. If necessary, press the Power key to turn the device back on.
Reduce memory use

Prevent the memory from being filled as quickly:

  • If the device is slow, remove the widgets from Home screens (especially ones that update with information or have animation).
  • If you are using live wallpaper and the device is slow, turn off the live wallpaper.
  • Remove all unused Home screens:
    • Pinch the Home screen.
    • On the grid of Home screens, drag unused screens to the trash.


Note:
These things can both drain your battery faster and make your device run slower, or cause crashes in all apps.

Manage applications

Keep managing any applications that you install to keep the system running properly:

  • If you notice the device having some problems and you installed apps in the past few days, then uninstall all the new apps.
  • Keep your apps updated. Open the Play Store while you have a data connection, and it will check for updates.
  • Read reviews of your apps in the Play Store. Not all apps work well with all phones. Read the customer reviews to see if other people complain about the app not working.
  • Manage or remove apps that run in the background. Background apps use up device resources.
    1. Restart the phone.
    2. In Settings, go to Apps or Application manager, and then Running.
    3. Examine the list of apps running in the background. View applications that are running in memory, and either:
      • Uninstall the third-party apps
  • Task and battery managers:
    • Android 4.0 and later include a task manager you can use to close running apps. Open the recent apps screen, and manage your apps listed.
      Note: Some older devices include a pre-installed task manager, which you can access from the applications menu.
    • Most Android phones can manage applications from the Settings menu.
    • Never install third-party task managers, battery managers, or apps that close and end running processes. They interfere with how Android works.
      Note: If you have installed a task manager, then uninstall it.

Task manager

A task manager can view running apps and close them. To use the task manager, follow these steps:

  1. From any Home screen, tap the All apps icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Device.
  4. Tap Apps.
  5. Tap to the tabs to view Downloaded, Running, or All applications.
  6. If desired, tap the Menu icon and tap Sort by name or Sort by size.
  7. Tap Force stop or Disable.

View free memory

To view the amount of free internal memory, follow these steps:

  1. From any Home screen, tap the All apps icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Storage.
  4. View Pictures, video storage.

Internal storage (ROM)

Manage storage

To manage the internal storage space, follow these steps:

Clear storage regularly

Clear the storage at least once a week:

Note: Refer to your user manual for instructions.

  • Check the available internal device storage. It must be over 25 MB for all versions up to Android 3.1 or over 150 MB for Android 4.0+.
    Note: If it is less, the Android system cannot work properly. You must clear more storage and delete more apps using the following tips.
  • Delete unnecessary text messages (SMS) and picture messages (MMS).
  • Transfer pictures and media to a computer, and remove it from the phone memory.
  • Clear the browser cache, cookies, or history.
  • Clear Facebook app cache.
  • Manage applications. See section below.
  • Delete the call logs.
Set the device to manage some memory

Prevent the storage from being filled as quickly:

  • Set the text message limit to delete messages automatically.
    Note: The default is 200 text and 20 picture messages. You may use this setting to start with, and decrease it if you continue to have problems.
  • Change the setting for email synchronization to download only for the past three days.
Manage applications

Keep managing any applications that you install to keep the system running properly:

  • If you notice the device having some problems and you installed apps in the past few days, then uninstall all the new apps. Most device problems are actually caused by app errors.
  • View other applications that are using storage or memory:
    1. When in Manage Applications settings, press Menu. Some devices may require you select All first to view all applications.
    2. Touch Sort by size.
    3. For apps that take up a lot of space, clear the application cache and data.
    4. For apps that continue to use a lot of your storage space, uninstall them by touching the app name, then Uninstall.
  • Move some apps to the SD card or storage partition.
    Note: Do not move: live wallpaper, widget apps, apps that use the notification bar, or apps that synchronize online. Some apps may not work correctly from SD card. Move unstable apps back to internal memory or upgrade to a new SD card (class 6 or above).
For continuing problems

If storage issues continue after all steps above are complete, troubleshoot with Manage internal memory (RAM) on Android.

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View free storage space

To view the amount of free internal storage, follow these steps:

Google Nexus One

  1. From any Home screen, tap the All apps icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Storage.
  4. View Pictures, video storage.

SD card

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Format SD card

Formatting the SD card deletes all data on it. You may wish to format the SD card if you want to delete the files, if files or apps on the SD card are not working, or if the SD card is not working.

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To format the SD card while inserted in the device, follow these steps:

  1. From the home screen, press Menu.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap SD Card and Phone Storage
  4. If Format SD card is grayed out, tap Unmount SD card.
  5. Tap Format SD Card.
  6. Accept any warning messages.
  7. Tap Format SD card again.
    Note: If you use a pattern lock or password, you may need to enter it.
  8. Tap Erase everything.
  9. Press the Home key to return to the main screen.
  10. If necessary, take a picture in order to test the device. Many devices only take photos if a properly formatted SD card is inserted.

Insert / remove SD card

To insert or remove the SD card, follow these steps:

  1. Turn your tablet off and place it on a flat surface with the screen facing down.
  2. Locate the SIM card tray on the right side of your tablet.
  3. Insert the SIM ejection tool that comes with the tablet (or a paperclip) into the eject button hole in the SIM tray.

4. Push firmly but gently until the tray pops out.

5. Remove the tray and place the micro SIM card inside it, with the contacts facing up and the angled corner to the left.

Note: There is only one possible way to fit the card snugly into the tray.

6. Carefully reposition the tray in the slot and push it gently back into the tablet.

Open or delete files using a computer

To open or delete files on the SD card using a computer, follow these steps:

  1. Connect the phone to your computer using the USB cable.
  2. On your phone, tap Media sync (MTP).
  3. On the computer, navigate to and open the phone’s disk drive.
  4. Navigate to and delete the desired file(s).
  5. When finished, safely disconnect the phone from the computer.

Open or delete files using the device

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Set default memory storage

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Transfer files between computer & SD card

To transfer files and pictures between the computer and SD card, follow these steps:

  1. Connect the phone to your computer using the USB cable.
  2. On your phone, tap Media sync (MTP).
  3. On the computer, navigate to and open the phone’s disk drive.
  4. Click to open the desired file(s).
  5. Copy the files you want to move.
  6. Paste the files in the desired location on the computer.
  7. When finished, safely disconnect the phone from the computer.

Transfer files between internal storage & SD card

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View free SD card space

To view the amount of free SD card storage, follow these steps:

  1. From any Home screen, tap the All apps icon.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Storage.