The latest factory images and OTA ZIPs bringing July's security patches to Nexus devices are ready for download. Thing is, those files are beefy, and they can take a while to download. Want to take a quicker route? Try downloading an incremental OTA ZIP instead.
The version numbers are the same as before, as is the changelog. So to know what you're getting from this update, I redirect you to our previous coverage. The critical issues largely center around vulnerabilities in communications or media libraries.
These smaller OTAs require that you have the correct version installed beforehand. They're available on GitHub courtesty of droidsec.org and jduck, and you can grab them at the links below.
- Pixel C MXC89K from MXC89H
- Nexus 6P MTC19X from MTC19V
- Nexus 5X MTC19Z from MTC19V
- Nexus 6 MOB30O from MOB30M
- Nexus 6 (AT&T only?) MMB30K from MMB30J
- Nexus Player MOB30P from MOB30M
- Nexus 9 (Wi-Fi) MOB30P from MOB30M
- Nexus 9 LTE MOB30P from MOB30M
- Nexus 5 MOB30P from MOB30M
- Nexus 7 2013 MOB30P from MOB30M
- Nexus 7 2013 LTE MOB30P from MOB30M