Google's rollout for software updates has always been haphazard and unpredictable and the latest 5.0.1 update is no different. Some Nexus devices have received it already while others are still waiting. Last year's flagship - the Nexus 5 - is in the latter camp. But while it still hasn't received the update OTA, Google has at least posted the factory image on its developer website.
If you don't want to wait around for the OTA to roll out, you can just head over to the source link below, download the update, and flash it manually, presuming you know what you are doing and all the risks involved. Otherwise you can just continue to play Google's little waiting game for a while longer.
User manual is required in this time what can i do.
Okay. This is confusing. I bought the nexus 5 in October 2014 and my phone was 4.4.2 which was immediately updated to 4.4.4 by the dealer. After about a couple of weeks, I received on OTA of 5.0. I did not want to update it quickly as I read ab...
Hi friend i bought this phone before week and while i use camera about 3- 4 min its get heated also when i play movie after 30 min it is get overheated.... Plz help