Google has quietly posted the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop factory images for select Nexus 10 and Nexus 7 tablet variants. Since this is an incremental update, the new firmware mostly brings bunch of bug fixes and improvements.
Google has been actively working with smartphone and tablet markers for successful rollout of the Android Lollipop to existing devices. It is a thumb rule that the Nexus devices are the first to get any new updates.
The OTAs are usually meant for everyone. Factory images on the other hand, are targeted at Android developers and enthusiasts who want perform a clean install of the firmware.
Hi, I hope finally this version will solve all lollipop bugs. I had 4.2.2 & 4.3 & 4.4.4 version those worked smootly. The version 5.X is full bugs and lagging my tablet. This is the final changes I give to google to fix all those annoy...
[quote]It is a thumb rule that the Nexus devices are the first to get any new updates.[/quote] I thought the Nexus 9 is a Nexus device as well, haven't seen an update in months!
I do hope it fixes most bugs in my Nexus 7 (2012). Yeah it's old but it's still alive and I won't be replacing it anytime soon.