Updated April 07, 2019 08:03:13The mighty patch is the newest and most popular patch in the latest patch cycle of Android 5.1.
The latest version of the popular update is the first to come to users’ devices after a three-month beta period.
The update is being targeted to the Nexus 6, which is also the latest Nexus handset to have the latest version.
It is expected to roll out on May 15, and the next major update will be released on May 26.
The patch has been available on the Google Play Store for some time, but has been blocked in the past due to issues related to an update.
The company has also blocked updates to other Android phones, such as the Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and the Galaxy S8, which has been affected by a similar update.
In addition, Google has also started blocking updates for other devices that are not supported by the firm.
However, the firm has said that it will continue to support older devices, such the Nexus 7, and some older Nexus phones, including the Nexus 10.
A new update is expected in the coming weeks.
The mega patch targets all the major mobile devices, including Nexus devices, which are widely used for accessing the cloud and downloading apps.
Google also launched a new patch in February that was released for the Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel, and Pixel XL XL.
The new patch is targeted to all Android devices, but is also available for a select group of Nexus devices.
Some devices are listed as “recommended” while others are blocked.
These devices include the Pixel XL and Pixel 2 XL, the Pixel C and the Pixel X, the Nexus 9 and Nexus 9X, the HTC 10 and Nexus 10X, and a number of other devices.
For the Nexus 8, which was the first device to get the update, the mega-patch was blocked by Google.
However the firm later lifted the ban and started updating the device.
The company has been working on updating Nexus devices for some months.
Earlier this year, Google released the first major update to Nexus devices since April, the version 7.0.
This update was supposed to arrive in the next few days, but the firm is still working on it.
Google also blocked a number devices in February, including two Nexus smartphones, the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9.
A number of Nexus phones that have been blocked, including Google’s Nexus 9, have been updated in recent weeks.