All those folks who have held on to their Google Nexus 4 smartphone released back in November 2012 will be happy to know that Google continues to shower updates for it. The Nexus 4 device owners are now getting the Android 5.1 Lollipop OTA update.
The new Lollipop update brings some key improvements like the new quick-settings menu and tweaks to the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth settings. You can manage the notifications from system apps and others through the Interruptions option in the Priority profile settings.
On security front, the new Device Protection feature will you track a stolen or misplaced device. Even if the device falls in the wrong hands, factory reset would require the original user’s login credentials. Voice calls get clearer with the HD Voice feature .
Measuring 174.5MB, the Android 5.1 OTA update is being rolled out to the Nexus 4 devices in phases.