Speedcross is a rack-up-the-score driving event over pre-set course against an AI rival.The course features drift zones, jumps, speed traps and “smackables,” basically things to knock down.When the update is ready to be installed on your phone, a message on your phone will say, "System update available." You'll need to connect to your mobile carrier or Wi-Fi to get the notification and to download the software.All partners have committed to giving software updates for at least 18 months after the phone's launch.Based on your carrier, it may take longer than 2 weeks after release to get an update.If Google Play edition devices fall outside the update window, they may not get the latest version of Android.
After an update is available, it can take up to 2 weeks to reach your device.
All Android One phones will get at least one major software update and several smaller security updates.
Google Play edition devices get updates from the device manufacturers, not directly from Google.
Pixel phones get updates for security issues documented in our Public Android Security Bulletins.
Pixel phones get security updates for at least 3 years from when the device first became available on the Google Store, or at least 18 months from when the Google Store last sold the device, whichever is longer. Pixel phones get telephone or online support for at least as long as they get security updates. Nexus devices get the latest version of Android directly from Google.