Google began pushing the Android 5.1.1 update to the Nexus 7 (2013) Wi-Fi, Nexus 7 (2012) Wi-Fi, and Nexus 10 about a week or so ago. We know that it takes a while for the update to hit all devices, and you’re probably waiting patiently tapping on “Check for Updates.” I mean impatiently!!
There is no reason to wait any longer because you can download the actual over-the-air update straight from Google and manually install it yourself. If you already know what you’re doing, just grab your download(s) from one of the links below. If not, be sure to hit up our very extensive guide on how to do it. You will be surprised at how easy it is to do, and you there is no need to lose your data.
Nexus 7 (2013) WiFi (razor) From LMY47O to LMY47V (5.1.1)
Nexus 7 (2012) WiFi (nakasi) From LMY47D to LMY47V (5.1.1)
Nexus 10 (mantaray) from LMY47D to LRY47V (5.1.1)
Pay attention, Nexus 9 owners! The tablet is currently seeing a software update appear that brings with it…. Android 5.0.2. Oh, you probably thought that Google was finally delivering Android 5.1. Nope, not today.
Google says that performance is improved and bugs have been squashed with this update.
Samsung has just begun pushing out the much-anticipated Android 5.0.1 update to all LTE variants of the Note 4 located in India. In terms of added functionality, this upgrade transports the latest build of Lollipop to the handset, as well as a multitude of bug fixes and stability improvements.
Sony has just announced that it is pushing out an update to its Xperia Z2 and Z3 ranges of smartphones and tablets, bringing a variety of bugfixes and tweaks with it whilst keeping the devices on Android 5.0. We have the changelog after the break. Read more
It was only a couple of weeks ago that Samsung began rolling out the Android 5.0 update to the WiFi variant of the Galaxy Tab S 8.4, and now we have news that the LTE version is also receiving some Lollipop goodness, in Hong Kong of all places. Read more
T-Mobile has been on a roll with software updates lately. The carrier version of the Galaxy Note Edge is now officially seeing the Lollipop update OTA from T-Mobile, bringing a few features and the revamped Android software that Google introduced last year.
Unfortunately, it’s only 5.0, and not 5.1, but that’s still better than KitKat. You’ll need about 3 GB of space free for the update, but hopefully you haven’t crammed enough stuff onto your 32 GB device for that to be a problem. Read more
The latest Android distribution numbers for the month are in, and it looks like Lollipop has taken a massive jump thanks to the release of some high profile devices running 5.0 right out of the box. Android 5.0 captured 9% of the market share, although Android 5.1 only snagged 0.7%, a side effect of how many phones shipped with older software over the past month.
KitKat and Jelly Bean are still pretty dominant, with 4.4 making up 39.8% of Android devices and the multitude of Jelly Bean versions capturing a similar 39.2%. These numbers are down only a few percentage points from last month. Read more
Samsung has at last started pushing out the much-anticipated Android 5.0.1 update to all LTE variants of the Galaxy S5 located in China. In terms of added functionality, this upgrade transports the latest build of Lollipop to the handset, in addition to a multitude of bug fixes and stability improvements.
As Lenovo promised back in February, it has today started rolling out the long-awaited Lollipop update to the Vibe Z2 Pro in India. This upgrade brings the latest build of the Android operating system, the brand new ART runtime and a multitude of bug fixes to the handset.
If you own an HTC One Mini 2, we regrettably have some bad news for you. Earlier today, the Taiwanese company announced that it will not be rolling out the much-anticipated and eagerly-awaited Android 5.0 Lollipop update to the handset as its convinced the “software will not provide an optimal experience”.