Nexus Mod Manager keeps a list of everything the Android operating system needs to know to update itself. It tells you the version information and the information that you need to download and install it. It’s always a good idea to update your computer, tablet, or phone as soon as you can.
We’ve spent a lot of time in the Nexus Mod Manager this week. Our team’s latest task was to update the Nexus Mod Manager to version 2018. In order to do that they needed a version 4.3.1 for the Nexus Mod Manager to install. When they run the Nexus Mod Manager version 4.1.1 the update fails and says “The Nexus Mod Manager server was unable to contact the update server. It may be down or require a reboot.
The Nexus Mod Manager itself is pretty much a wrapper around some of our core system-wide scripts that allow Nexus to update and add new mods to the Nexus. It’s not perfect, but it works.
It’s actually a little more annoying than that, and we’re not going to put it up here. We’ll try to get it fixed in a future update, but you can now download the version manager from our downloads page.
Well, its pretty annoying because you can’t figure out what the version is. Its really quite easy to just let the update server do its job and not have to do anything special, but then you can’t figure out what that version is.
But hey, its now fixed, so the version manager is also fixed, which is nice. That means you should be able to check your Nexus version by right-clicking on the icon on the bottom left of the Nexus folder and selecting the “Version Manager” option from the menu.
Well, that’s actually pretty awesome, because you now know that the nexus update server is working, which is great, and that you can check your Nexus version by right-clicking on the icon on the bottom left of the Nexus folder and selecting the Version Manager option from the menu.
It does make it slightly more difficult to get a hold of Nexus version info, though. Because the menu bar on Nexus doesn’t change in the new Android version, in the old version it was easy to just type the version info from the update server into your phone. Now you have to have the Nexus version number in your phone’s settings, which is also annoying.
I see a lot of people who don’t understand the Nexus version system. To be honest, I didn’t even know it was there until around the release of the Nexus 6. I’ve been using the Nexus for well over a year now and have never had to worry about the version system. The Nexus 6 version, however, is a new system, and it’s only been in use for a few weeks.
The Nexus 6 version number is in your phone settings, but to know the exact device you are using, you need to know exactly which version you are running, which is why the Nexus version system is only in the Nexus for a few weeks. The Nexus 6 version should only be used as a reference to know the exact phone you have.