The existence of Android 4.4.1 for the Nexus 5 was only confirmed by Google today, and here we have the update ready to go in no time. If you've got Google's latest and greatest Android phone, get ready to see some better pictures. We have the link for the OTA file (build KOT49E), so you don't have to wait on the update to reach you naturally.

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Disclaimer: Android Police isn't responsible for any harm to your device - proceed at your own risk.


To get this update installed correctly you need to have the Android SDK installed and working on your computer with ADB (via a microUSB cable). This is what allows you to issue commands to your device in order to push the OTA file. Those with custom recoveries have it a bit easier, though. You also have to be running the stock Nexus 5 ROM, version KRT16M.

If you have made any system file modifications, make sure you roll them back.


Download signed-hammerhead-KOT49E-from-KRT16M:

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MD5 sum: d465ab3e78e3d99708687cfb1abf1f14

Size: 54MB


Before you get started: This update method should not erase anything on your device, but OTA survival in SuperSU could break things. Turn it off if you're running that.

You'll use the adb sideload command after making sure your device is properly detected by ADB. You can check out our full sideload guide here – the process is identical except for the file name. If you have a custom recovery, it can be flashed from there. Just copy the file.


The update will likely kill root on previously rooted devices, but it's easy to get back:

  1. Flash TWRP from here (fastboot flash recovery FILENAME.img).
  2. Reboot into recovery (adb reboot recovery or hold Power+VolDn, then select Recovery).
  3. Flash the latest version of SuperSU.
  4. You should be rooted.

[Thanks, +Marco Pedrazzoli]

Ryan Whitwam
Ryan is a tech/science writer, skeptic, lover of all things electronic, and Android fan. In his spare time he reads golden-age sci-fi and sleeps, but rarely at the same time. His wife tolerates him as few would.

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  • redthunda69

    Speaker is noticeably MUCH louder, camera is faster/better in just about every way. Improved colors, shutter speed is just as quick as on any other device. Gallery app is still there, but swiping to the right in the camera opens a weird camera/G+ photos hybrid. It looks the same, but the icon in the top left is the G+ photos icon and returns you to that app. HDR+ is fast. About as fast as the shutter speed used to be for regular photos before this update. Nice little progress animation, too.

    • DingDong

      Is there a Burst Mode now?

      • redthunda69

        Unfortunately, no.

    • Pyngwie

      OMG, I want it now

    • Zach Mauch

      Hell yes. Speaker was my number one complaint. I just bought a moto x and was planning to switch, but I might hold on to both for a while and see which one I prefer.

      For me, it wasn't just speaker volume, but speaker quality. Has the quality improved?

      • slider112

        Speaker sounds better to me.

    • Josh Crumley

      uhmm...did it break bluetooth audio for anyone else? I have a bluetooth speaker that worked great before, and after the update at max volume i can barely hear it..Can anyone else confirm this?

      • Simon Belmont

        Oh, no. I use a Bluetooth speaker and headphones often.

        I'll have to run some tests after I get this update. Thanks for the heads up.

        • Josh Crumley

          Post back with results if you wouldn't mind!

          • Jason Bowers

            Broke for me. Before the update, the volume control on my car head unit and my LG HBS-730 headset both controlled the phones BT volume. Now they're independent again, and I had to crank the phone volume up for the audio to be audible again in my car.

            This removes a lot of convenience as now I have to micromanage the volume controls as it needs to be max in my car, and next to minimum for my headset.

          • Josh Crumley

            Damn..I was hoping this update would only fix things, not break them. Hope they get a quick fix out soon.

          • Simon Belmont

            Crap! That's the same headset that I have (I love my LG Tone+).

            Why, Google? This was a big improvement (until now)!

          • Jason Bowers

            Here's the actual diff. In my case, it appears that both the LG headset and almost every single VW head unit (I don't have the listed Passat, but another VW I have that starts with that mac address) are now blacklisted.


            This was working fine before, so I messaged the person attached to the final commit for the whitelist to express my frustrations. I've since gone back to 4.4 and will not accept the 4.4.1 update willingly.

          • Simon Belmont

            Blacklisted?! What the heck?

            That sounds like a band-aid fix to me, until they can figure a real fix. They just blacklisted everything. The funny thing is, it worked great in Android 4.4. I enjoyed the having the Bluetooth volume!

      • Kylecore

        I remember Bluetooh audio devices are now able to independently control their volume separate from the system volume since 4.4.0 so try using the volume buttons if there are any on your speaker? I had to do it with mine on the 4.4.0 upgrade like that so i imagine its similar here.

      • Anon

        Was "broken" for me too, but re-pairing the device worked!

        • Josh Crumley

          Well I'll be a cupcake's butthole. That worked! Thanks!

          • Walkop


    • Lasse

      I also noticed that some of the icons in the power control widget have been updated: http://i.imgur.com/uCsKU0I.jpg

      • Simon Belmont

        Yay. A fellow Battery Widget Reborn user.

        I love that widget/notification icon. Been using it for a while now (Pro version).

    • Simon Belmont

      I wonder what it'll do if you don't use Google+? Maybe still take you to the Gallery?

      Thanks for reporting the changes you've spotted so far. Much appreciated.

      • Josh Crumley

        as a non g+ user, it still uses the new photos app. but if you try to do any customizations that are part of g+ it'll ask you to sign up.

        • Simon Belmont

          Google needs to fish or cut bait on having both the Photos and Gallery app, then. I actually prefer the Gallery app and its slick photo editor and because I don't use Google+.

          Thanks for the quick reply, Josh. I appreciate it.

          • Nicholas Polydor

            I'm guessing, @disqus_TSekCOulN7:disqus (and @joshcrumley:disqus ), that the superior editing functions of the Gallery app will soon be integrated into the Google+ app (where the 'Photos' app icon is simply a shortcut to the 'Photos' tab of the Google+ app).

          • Simon Belmont

            Pretty much my thoughts, too. I wonder where that leaves people who don't use Google+, though?

            Will people have to sign up for Google+ to even see their pictures? That would be pretty sad.

          • Nicholas Polydor

            Going by what @joshcrumley:disqus said, the Google+ app will act as a viewer (i.e. the 'Camera' tab in Photos) but it won't Auto-Backup or anything else for non-users. If editing features are unavailable to non-users as well then, yes, it would be sad.

          • Josh Crumley

            That's the case. I can use gallery photo edits, but not the advanced google plus editing features. The google+ photos app for me is simply a viewer.

          • Eric Jones

            You're one of the reasons why they haven't gotten rid of both of them. If they got rid of one of them, it won't be the G+ one.

          • Simon Belmont

            I don't care if they get rid of the Gallery app. But they shouldn't have to force people into their social network just so they can enjoy a cohesive photo gallery app experience.

            That's my opinion, at least. Cheers.

          • Eric Jones

            I don't think they intend to, which is why they have two apps right now. It's probably the result of two different teams working on overlapping features.

            Even if you don't want to use G+, the auto backup, and auto awesome features are pretty sweet. You could always do that with a generic profile, with no notifications, if you were interested in the features without really using G+.

          • Simon Belmont

            Yeah. I'm not actually against using Google+ for stuff like that. It has a lot of perks. No denying that.

            I'll probably end up joining sooner or later just for those perks. Cheers.

  • CK

    thanks, googles staged rollout idea is annoying!

    • iboalali

      it's getting old

    • brkshr

      Side load it then. They have to do stages in case there are bugs. Google is nice enough to allow us tech geeks to side load updates.

    • sweenish

      So, you learned NOTHING from the last staged roll-out (KitKat)? There was a critical bug that they caught and fixed before it hit the masses. It's annoying, sure, but their reasons are sound.

  • http://brgulker.wordpress.com/ brgulker

    I've been running custom ROMs for years, but I'm staying stock on my Nexus 5. However, I am rooting with a custom recovery and Franco Kernel.

    Any idea if flashing this via TWRP will break things?

    • Andrew

      The update patches the stock kernel, so it would likely fail if you don't reflash that first.

      • http://brgulker.wordpress.com/ brgulker


      • charles anderson

        I flashed back to the stock kernal and mine says that there is a problem in system/bin/thermalengine-hh ???

        • AbsoluteZero

          you have to manually rename a few files

          /system/lib/hw/power.msm8974.so.bak to

          /system/bin/thermal-engine-hh-bak to

          • peppe

            how can i rename these files? i tried to rename them with astro file manager but it shows me an error.. help me please !!

          • charles anderson

            thank you i figured it out but this would have helped me if i had not of

    • http://www.ScienceProUSA.com SciencePro

      Just flashed with CWM no problem. Will have to fix root afterwards and reflash kernel, of course.

      • http://brgulker.wordpress.com/ brgulker

        Perfect, thanks!

    • slider112

      Flashed with TWRP and no issues whatsoever. Just like flashing any other zip file.

  • Josh Crumley

    Tap sound/speaker is wayy louder. Also, the settings icon on quick settings has changed i believe.

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      Damnit, I actually liked the softer tap sound volume. I actually didn't mind leaving it on for the first time ever.

      • Josh Crumley

        i agree, i think its a side effect of overall volume increase. It's still the same soft sound, just louder. Camera focus works way better, and when you tap to focus it stays that way for about 3 seconds before auto focusing again. Faster too, great improvement.

      • anzensepp1987

        You can change that volume separately within the settings.

        • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

          Wait, there's now a separate volume for touch sounds only?

          • makapav

            We need a full frikkin changelog STAT from Google!

          • anzensepp1987

            I was sure there was one that I discovered recently. But I may be wrong. At least I can't find it anymore.

  • michael

    for me, there were no problems with OTA-survival :) everything's great

    • mummy

      Same here

  • dave

    Will I lose anything if I flash from TWRP?

    • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Artem Russakovskii

      If the flash succeeds, no.

      • Raj Bhatt

        Failed for me :(

        Stock, rooted, TWRP, GravityBox

        • Josh Crumley

          make sure you're adb sideloading, not flashing.

          • Raj Bhatt

            How do I choose the file that gets sideloaded?

          • Josh Crumley

            gotta do it from adb on your computer, follow the guide linked above. Go into recovery, select sideload, then adb sideload [filename.zip] using adb.

          • Raj Bhatt

            Ah, got it. I'm stuck at work for another hour and I can't install the SDK here. Thanks for the help!

          • Raj Bhatt

            When my device is in ADB Sideload mode, my computer doesn't see the device when I type adb devices. Works when it is not in that sideload mode.

      • dave


    • Nathaniel Webb

      just root. reflash superSU from TWRP and you're back.
      source: did it

  • dkr88

    Do the camera improvements translate to non-stock camera apps as well?

    • Josh Crumley

      Can't confirm 100% but snapchat appears to be way less panicky with focus. Might be a placebo effect but I think it is much better.

  • Giorgio Aresu

    has someone tried whatsapp with ART after the update?

    • Imparus

      Considering it is a problem on whatsapp side not android, I very much doubt google have fixed it.

      • Giorgio Aresu

        I read somewhere that it was a problem art-side, at the moment I found it credible. Couple of days later titanium backup hasbeen updated to support art, I found it odd.. Didn't know if it was a coincidence or what, so I was asking... Are you sure it's ONLY watsapp problem? There are other apps incompatible with art

        • Josh Crumley

          surprisingly, i just tried it. It works fine, and i'm on ART.

        • Imparus

          Yes there are other apps incompatible with art, but the problem comes from them doing something they aren't allowed to do, like creating/opening a connection to a server in the wrong method/place as an ex. This is a problem on dalvik, but it is even worse on something like ART, where it is done before handed. They can make changes to ART so those apps that are having problems will work, but it would be better if the developer fixed the actual problem in their code. I know quite a few apps that I use that had problem with ART, like action launcher, but they just fixed the actual problem they had in their code.

          • Giorgio Aresu

            Oh, now got it... Thank you

          • Jose Antonio

            It is not. The problem was reported, a Google developer said it was in ART's side and closed the thread because everyone was blaming Whatsapp unfairly.

          • Jose Antonio
  • Craig Nelson

    How do you manually update on a MAC using ABD?

    • Alan Shearer

      check the xda forums, they will have the answer (might require a virtual windows, not sure though)

    • Ambroos

      ADB is identical on all platforms. OSX, Windows or Linux, just follow the same steps!

    • James Roberts

      I just did it from a Mac. The adb tool is in adt-bundle.../sdk/platform-tools.

  • NinoBr0wn

    I'm rooted with the one click from Wugfresh, but everything is stock. If I wait for the OTA, will that also break root?

    • http://androiddissected.com/ Nick Schiwy

      It will more than likely unroot you, as always is the car, but you can easily reroot using wugfresh again.

    • RyanWhitwam

      This file is exactly the same one you'll get from the OTA, so yes.

  • anzensepp1987

    The vibration is for me also slightly better now. I always hated the haptic feedback. It was loud and kind of spongy. It's better now.

    • makapav

      WAIT so did they further reduce the vibration into nothingness now!?

      • Simon Belmont

        If anything, I'd hope they made it sharper. Like it was on the G'Nex.

        The vibration on my Nexus 5 feels pretty normal, but spongy is an accurate description for how it SOMETIMES feels. Though, that's really rare.

      • anzensepp1987

        No, don't worry, it seems just sharp now, just perfect. Before it was loud and powerless. It always felt like a hardware-bug. Now I can finally love the phone. Vibration is now classy and not crappy anymore.

        • Simon Belmont

          Thanks for confirming this. I noticed it seemed a tad louder than my last phone, a Galaxy Nexus.

          I was worried it might be a hardware problem, but I got used to it and it didn't bother me anymore. I figured it was just the "new phone jitters" but I'm glad the update tightened up the vibration a bit.

        • ketto

          same here. much better!!!

  • Lorenzo Faccini

    Apk of new camera?

    • Nick

      That won't do you a bit of good. The radio controls most of the camera functions, so with out the updated radio you've got nada.

  • Shamu

    keep getting errors in CWM on stock rom, stock kernel, no xposed. any suggestions?

    • Giorgio Aresu

      Did you uninstalled system app (ie. With titanium backup)?

      • Shamu

        what do you mean...i didn't uninstall anything system related no...

        • Nick

          Flash the factory system image via fastboot then try and flash the zip in recovery again.

          • Shamu

            but wouldnt that wipe everything?

          • Nayners


        • gg

          maynbe related to XPOSED being installed? i get errors too

    • Maxwell M

      If you've used Xposed in the past before, there's an extra step that needs to be done that doesn't get done in the uninstall for it. It mentions is in the main thread on XDA, but there's also a recovery zip file for it there too. I just flashed that first in recovery first, rebooted, and then I was able to run the 4.4.1 update manually.

  • Solomon Taiwo
    • Stacey Liu

      Thank you so much!

    • http://www.deadware.org/blog Riccardo B. Desantis

      Is this legit? I cannot find anything anywhere, and I can't lose my mobile atm :(

  • Daniel McKenzie J.

    SuperSU Survival mode worked :)

    • deano

      same here :)

  • Ben Kalziqi

    I haven't rooted my N5 (I just don't see the need, generally), and when I get into Recovery, pressing Volume Up and Power doesn't do anything for me. It just says "no command" under the exclamation point, and continues to say that when I press it. Given some time to sit there, it just reboots into Android. What gives? :(

    • Paul

      You have to do it a bunch of times to get the timing right. It took me about 10 tries before it got it.

    • http://androiddissected.com/ Nick Schiwy

      You need to hit power first and then quickly hit vol-up and then let go of both.

      • Scott Yergensen

        Thank you! I was having hard time getting it to go. This worked perfectly.

      • Ben Morris


  • Sosi

    i have TWRP installed, tried sideloading, flashing, it fails "ZIP SIGNATURE VERIFICATION FAILED" though i did check the MD5 on the computer and it matches, any ideas? thanks!

    • Fastblack83

      Do you have a customer kernal?

    • http://www.marcus-andersson.com/ Marcus Andersson

      "You also have to be running the stock Nexus 5 ROM, version KRT16M" from the article, I suppose you have to revert back to stock first somehow.

    • collinpage

      I flashed directly from my device without issuesissues..maybe a sideload issue?

  • movemint

    HDR+ progress animation is nice. I no longer pull the camera away before I take the picture, and shutter speed is much faster.

    • collinpage

      What device are you on?.. My N4 doesn't have a progress indicator

  • Zyre

    What about the Nexus 4? will it also get the camera improved?

  • Alex

    Did NOT fix buzzing in video recording on Nexus 5. ANNOYING.

    Is this a hardware issue?

    • Laurent

      Not fixed here either

      • http://www.kissntale.com/ Khiem Nguyen-Trong

        Same here... buzzing in video recording is still there.

  • codysherman

    The notification light now blinks more than once per 10 seconds!

    • Marcus

      If true that's awesome!

  • Simon Belmont

    We need a change-log. Also it'd be nice to see an article that goes into fine detail on all the changes/improvements that Android 4.4.1 brought.

    So far it sounds like a good update. Can't wait.

  • http://blog.tonysarju.com/ Tony Sarju

    Bloody hell, I'm trying to flash the update on my Nexus 5 using TWRP and it keeps failing and giving an error about GoogleEars.apk(Google Sound Search). I can't figure it out. I tried freezing Google Sound Search in TiBu and even uninstalling it. No luck.

    • Josh Crumley

      adb sideload it, not flash. its an update, not an image.

      • http://blog.tonysarju.com/ Tony Sarju

        You can flash the OTA zip package in recovery. I tried ADB sideload as well with no luck.

      • deano


  • http://www.dsaif.com/ Saif

    You can use "update from phone storage" in the stock recovery to flash the update..

    • 744

      Can you please explain?
      I don't see such an option...

  • Hadi

    Did anybody else notice that the battery icon has the same height as wifi now?

  • Dan Hines

    The Camera works real well. The vibration when you tap the phone seems more crisp. I can't think of a better word. The settings icon I think did change. I don't know what that one post was about humming during video recording, but I'm not hearing anything. Overall, thumbs up and glad google is listening.

  • b0b

    The FLAC eating CPU and giving micro audio stutter bug is fixed

  • Arturo

    They fixed exchange, that's good enough for me, I can use my enterprise email again.

  • Pyngwie

    From your comments this thing seems plenty of fixes, that go far beyond camera-related fixes...

  • Simon

    Ehm.. I'm stuck at the 'No command' page, after pressing 'Recovery mode'. I've tried every single button combination after that (including power+volUp), and still cannot access the stock recovery. Suggestions?

    • Josh Crumley

      keep trying, its a precise timing thing. try up volume and hold, then power button really quickly. took a few tries for me.

      • Simon

        Thanks, worked after the 30th time and 10th reboot!

    • Juan Camilo Giraldo Chaverra

      Took me forever too... This helped me alot ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMjDL1FVtcA

  • Eric Jones

    For anyone trying to side load this, I thought I would share an issue I had. I hadn't set up the Android SDK on my work computer, or the Android ADB drivers until today. Although ADB worked fine when the phone was booted, it wouldn't work when in recovery mode. Windows 7 saw the phone as an unknown Android device. It wouldn't accept the Android drivers, even though I had installed them just fine for the phone when booted. For some reason I had to manually pick it from the list of devices already installed. This might be common knowledge, but I thought I'd share in case it's a new N5 or 4.4 bug.

    The camera is noticeably better. I'm very impressed.

    • blahmoomoo

      I don't know about N5, but I know the N4's stock recovery doesn't have a proper entry in the Google Driver's inf file for some reason. I had to manually add its entry to the inf in order for it to work (which broke the digital signature, but Windows 7 doesn't block the driver, just pops up a scary warning). Look it up.

      • Eric Jones

        There's a way to do it without editing the .inf file in Windows 7. Under device manager, update driver, select "browse my computer for driver software", then select "let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer". As long as you've already installed the ADB drivers with the Nexus 5 fully booted, there will be an "Android" option in the driver's list. That has a few options under it, ADB interface being one of them. That worked for me. I didn't test out any other features of ADB besides sideload, so there could be other unknown issues.

        • blahmoomoo

          All right. I'm pretty sure that Nexus 4 recovery problem still exists though, but then again I was only attempting to install the driver by pointing it at the directory the drivers were in, rather than picking from the big list of devices.

    • mechapathy

      Thank you for this. Google's USB drivers have always been less-than-stellar.

      • Eric Jones

        No problem! That's why I shared.

    • mikehorton

      Ugh, wish I would have seen this earlier. Just cleared out all of my android drivers and reinstalled from the wugfresh app following the "Full Driver Installation Guide". Had a strange issue when the tool wouldn't see my device until I enable "USB Tethering" which ended up installing additional usb drivers.

    • Varun

      hey every time when I type the command adb sideload update.zip it tell me that the device is not found but when I restart the phone and then type adb devices, it shows me the device with the serial no.....can any one tell me where I m wrong?

      • Eric Jones

        You probably have the same problem. Make sure that you have the driver installed for recovery mode too. Check device manager if you are in Windows. Follow my steps below to fix it if that's the problem.

    • John

      I an using Nexust Root Toolkit to sideload the update, but I am getting an error message
      E: footer is wrong
      E: signature verification failed
      Can anybody provide some insight how to fix this? Thanks

      • Eric Jones

        I would go to the rootkit developer page or forum.

      • Matt

        I am getting the same error

  • Shawn Cheever

    I noticed under Preferred Network type it now says "LTE (Recommended)" instead of just "LTE". Speaker is louder, camera is much faster (still the same camera though), notification led appears every 8 seconds now, not sure how that is much better than 10 though. Glad to see updates moving along. Hopefully 4.4.2 isn't far behind a new camera app, a more streamlined Gallery/Photos solution and more.

  • Simon Belmont

    I just got a new Google Play Store pushed. It's version 4.5.10.

    It looks like it shows the star rating for apps in a different way. Pretty cool.

  • Thomas Cai Jinzhan

    The baseband version seems to be updated as well...

  • Chris W

    It should be known that if you have a custom kernel installed and you try to flash this via custom recovery, you will not be able to. Just push the stock boot image in fastboot.

  • Michael

    I'm trying to sideload this using twrp and I get Verifying Current system... "/system/etc/mixer_paths.xml" has unexpected contents. E:error executing updater binary in zip /data/media/0/sideload.zip.
    Anyone know how to fix it?

    • erans

      you probably modified a system file along the way somehow. i did the same thing trying to get google now working in china, which involved removing google search with titanium backup, installing google search 2.6, enabling google now, and then updating google search. my velvet.apk had unexpected contents or whatever. just flash the system.img from the factory image with fastboot flash system .img and you will be fine. it won't delete your data/apps if you just do this.

      • erans

        dunno why the command looks weird. should just be "fastboot flash system system.img"

      • Michael

        Thanks for the reply. I forgot that I had edited the mixer_paths.

  • Will

    Just want to put it out there that updating causes MX Player to crash. People who depend on it should probably wait for the developer to add support.

    • Ric

      Good to know, thanks!

  • spongebob1913

    Vibration - much sharper, less of a lazy sloppy feel to it. this and the speaker are best for me. Have to say camera is the same for me!

  • brian

    will this cause a warranty void?

  • manish

    i think battery improved =D

  • GL

    I have problem when trying to start video recording. It just don't allow me to record. Anyone has similar problem?

  • Simone

    E:Zip signature verification failed: 1
    TWRP v2.6.3.4

    • Guest

      You have a bad download.

  • DarthPugz

    FYI for Xposed Framework users:

    If anyone is trying to flash this in recovery, and gets an error about unexpected content in "/system/bin/app_process", it's because you have the Xposed Framework binaries loaded. Reboot back into Android, then open up the Xposed Installer app. Tap "Framework", then "Uninstall". It will tell you that you need to reboot. Reboot back to recovery and the flash will complete successfully (assuming you don't have anything else in /System that is modified).

    • Louis Ditzel

      Ah so that's what I was doing wrong, thanks

  • mcored

    I would not call the Nexus 7 ota zip sideload guide identical. You do not have to press the Volume Up and Power button to get to the Recovery Mode options. I wrote this hoping it is a complete guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1E0NMI82tV57dAL_3fWv_x6dE2lIzJ3DsZU1pIMTePqE/edit?usp=sharing

  • Samarth Jain

    Is it safe to update non-US version with this OTA?

  • aliwi omar

    I am not reciving the new KK 4.4.1 !!
    Why ??
    I may update my N5 manualy or what ?

  • aliwi omar

    Any help plz ??
    I wanna know how to instal KK 4.4.1 on my N5
    I am not reciving any update until now !
    Its my first nexus device !!

  • AndyGetsMeRandy

    I'm having problems getting this to work. I downloaded it directly to my Nexus and tried to flash using TWRP, but I keep getting an error message. Any fix for this? Also, if I can't figure out how to manually update it, will I still get the update? I'm rooted but on stock, although I've deleted a few of the originally installed APKs