Google has announced a fix for the problem of college campuses that caused it to be taken down from the Google Play store earlier this year.
The company says that it will be rolling out a new version of its Android mobile operating system, Android 7.0 Nougat, for people who already have a Nexus 7 smartphone.
Google has said that the update will fix a number of issues, including the fact that it is a major update to Android 7 that includes several major updates.
The latest Android 7 update is now available to everyone.
While Google hasn’t been able to provide a clear timeline for when the update would be available, it has said it is on the way.
Google says that Android 7 will provide users with new features and improvements, such as the ability to create a new account on a Nexus device.
It will also bring new features to the desktop as well, including a new “Screen on Tap” feature that allows users to launch a desktop app by swiping up on the home screen.
It will also make some of the app’s navigation more intuitive, such a faster loading time and a more consistent experience for users.
Google says that the updates will be rolled out gradually over time, and it will also provide a way to switch between the current version of Android and the older version.