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Google Posts Android 5.1 Factory Images For The Nexus 4, Nexus 7 2013, And Nexus 7 2013 LTE

There's no more waiting for Android 5.1 if you've got a Nexus 4 or either version of the 2013 Nexus 7. Google has posted the full factory images on the dev site, meaning you can flash the new version to get up to date no matter what you've done to your device's software.

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Android 5.1 Factory Image For 3G-Equipped Nexus 7 (2012) Now Available

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Android 5.1 Factory Image For Nexus Player Is Up, OTA Rolling Out

Those of you who dropped some cash on the Nexus Player might want to take a look at your update menu. The OTA for Android 5.1 is rolling out, but even if you don't have it, there's a factory image posted as well.

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Factory Image For Nexus 6 LMY47E Android 5.1 Build Now Available

That mysterious LMY47E build of Android 5.1 for the Nexus 6 has arrived on Google's factory image download page. This build leaked online as an RSD image last week, but it wasn't clear what its purpose was. It's not really clear now either, but you can download and probably flash it.

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[Update: LMY47O For Nexus 4, 2013 N7, And 2013 N7 LTE] Google Is Posting Android 5.1 Factory Images For Nexus Devices

Google has made Android 5.1 official and that means Nexus updates. Factory images are starting to pop up on the developer page, so you can easily get your device back to stock no matter what unspeakable things you've done to it. All the images we have so far are linked below.

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Google Posts Android 5.0.1 (LRX22C) Factory Image For Nexus 5 With Matching Binaries

It was a little behind the 2014 Nexus devices, but the venerable Nexus 5 is getting its update to Android 5.0.1 today. Along with that, there's a full factory image so you can flash your beloved 5-inch Nexus back to stock. Joy.

2014-12-15 17_04_11-Factory Images for Nexus Devices - Android — Google Developers

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Nexus 4 And Nexus 6 5.0.1 Factory Images Are Up

Google started pushing an incremental Android update to a handful of Nexus devices early last week, with factory images for those units shortly after. Today, the 5.0.1 images for the Nexus 6 and Nexus 4 are live and ready for your flashing pleasure. Surprisingly, we're still not seeing anything for the Nexus 5, and the 2012 Nexus 7/LTE model are of course lagging behind as well. We'll keep you posted as more images become available.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop System Image For Nexus 4 (LRX21T) Now Available For Download

Turn those frowns upside-down, Nexus 4 stalwarts. Your beloved Nexus of yesteryear is finally getting that sweet, sweet Lollipop goodness in an official capacity, just as we expected. Google has posted the full system image that takes the Nexus 4 all the way to Android 5.0.

2014-11-14 13_55_04-Factory Images for Nexus Devices - Android — Google Developers

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Android 5.0 Lollipop Factory Images And Binaries Are Live For Nexus 5, 7 (2012 And 2013), 9, And 10

It's the moment you've been waiting for. Google just announced the Nexus devices are getting OTA updates to 5.0, and now the full system images have been posted on the Google Developers site. With these files, you can flash your device back to stock even after you've done unspeakable things to it.

2014-11-12 15_03_36-Factory Images for Nexus Devices - Android — Google Developers

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[Update] Google Rolls Out Android 5.0 Factory Image (LRX21L) For The Nexus 9 (Volantis), But No Binaries Or Other Images Yet

Update: Apparently Google is doing something different with the Nexus 9's binary release: there isn't one. According to Bill Yi, a regular Google poster, the necessary proprietary drivers are actually included on a separate partition of the Volantis software image. That would explain why the LRX21L release is almost twice as big as the last KitKat images for previous devices.

Proprietary Binaries are also available for Fugu.  No proprietary binaries are needed for Volantis.

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