Last week, Google released factory images for every actively-supported Nexus except the Nexus 7 2013 LTE and Nexus Player. These images were for a new build, LMY48I, intended to patch the recently outed vulnerability that was found in Stagefright.
Today, it appears the OTAs are beginning to hit the masses, but be warned, all these do is patch Stagefright. They contain no other fixes of any kind, so if there's some problem with your device you're hoping to have solved with this update, it's not going to happen. That said, we've got links to some of the OTAs below, and will have others as they become available:
- shamu LMY48I from LMY47Z (International, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, Verizon, and AT&T)
- shamu LVY48E from LVY48C (Project Fi Only)
- shamu LYZ28J from LYZ28E (T-Mobile USA Only)
Nexus 7 (2013)
In case you're wondering why the Nexus 7 2012 isn't listed here, it appears that Google has stopped software updates for that device. Released in July 2012, it's now past the three-year window for security updates that Google recently announced. As such, factory images were not released for that device, and it's unlikely we'll see an OTA either.