Don't Miss These Android Stories: September 9, 2016

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This week in Android included updates on the Galaxy Note 7 recall, Android’s September security patch rollout, the unveiling of the LG V20 and the new iPhones, and T-Mobile blessing select customers with unlimited data. It wasn’t necessarily a packed week, but there were plenty of major happenings that you should be aware of.

To catch up as we inch closer to the launch of the new Google phones, we’ve hand-selected the biggest topics of the week for you, all of which can be accessed below. 

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