Google’s Google Play games app is getting a little easier to use with the Nexus 5, thanks to the addition of a feature called “neck traction.”
It lets you set the speed and direction of your Nexus 5’s “throttle,” a little bit like the iPhone and iPad’s “tilt” feature.
If you’ve got the Nexus 6, you can do the same with the touchscreen.
When it comes to “neck” traction, there’s a small button at the bottom of the screen that you can press to adjust the amount of resistance your Nexus is exerting.
There are two settings: One is “down” and the other is “up.”
You can either turn down the throttle or set it to “throttlespeed.”
Once you have your Nexus set to “down,” you can either set it “up” or “throtlespeed” and adjust the speed of the Nexus.
Once you’ve tweaked the “neck”-level setting, it will adjust to a new setting, “neck-level throttle.”
This is important to note: If you have “neck speed” set to either “up,” or “down”, the Nexus will turn into a “throat.”
This means it won’t stop when it starts turning and will continue to spin.
If the throttle is set to up, it’ll actually turn faster.
This feature is also available in Android Pay, but only if you’ve bought the Nexus phone before.
The only way to change the neck-level setting is by pressing and holding the “throze” button on the top right of the touchscreen for a few seconds.
The button is a little dimmed, but you can see the settings you’ve set.
It’s pretty easy to see when you have the Nexus set up like this.
In fact, I didn’t have to press and hold the button for long at all to make it change.
The “neckspeed” setting can be found in the top-right corner of the settings menu.
As you can tell, this is a pretty big change.
Now you can set the “downspeed” to “upspeed” and set the throttle to “slow.”
It’s a little hard to explain the difference between these two settings, but the Nexus always turns slowly and is a bit slower than a “down speed.”
It may sound a little odd, but this is actually a big benefit to having the Nexus at the “up speed” setting.
As Google explained in its announcement, the “upspeed” setting gives you more control over how fast your Nexus turns.
“When you get downspeed, you get more control of the speed,” Google explained.
“And the throttle settings give you more speed control.
The upspeed setting is great if you’re in a hurry, and the downspeed setting gives a little more control to slow down the Nexus.”
If you’re looking for a way to adjust to the Nexus’s neck speed, there are two things you can try.
If there’s an option to “fast-forward,” the Nexus can quickly go through its speed and then stop.
However, if there’s no option, you’ll have to do something different.
“Downspeed” has a smaller button at top left of the display.
This button is very easy to press.
You can see this button in action when I used it to set the Nexus to downspeed.
However a little while later, I changed it to upspeed.
The Nexus can be set to go into a slow, or fast mode.
There’s a button at bottom right of screen.
When you press this button, you switch the Nexus into a slower, or faster mode.
In the Nexus, you should see “downslow” appear.
In this mode, the Nexus slows down slightly to a certain point and then resumes to the speed it was at when you pressed the down button.
In my case, I turned down the speed to down, and then turned up the speed.
“Slow” can be a little tricky to understand, but it’s a pretty straightforward setting.
When “downSlow” is set, you’re able to press the “forward” button to get your Nexus to go through the speed again.
If “downfast” is selected, the screen goes into slow mode, and you can move the Nexus around a little to make sure it stays at a certain speed.
You should be able to see this setting in action.
When the Nexus is set for slow mode again, it stops when you press the down speed button again.
This will probably be the first time you’ll be able use “neck”, “neck slow” or the like with the device.
As far as “neck fast” goes, you want to try to go fast when you use this setting.
Google has a video showing how to set it up, but don’t try to set up the settings for a while, or you’ll just see the Nexus going to a slow state.
When I did, I was able to set my