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New image of Android factory 5.1.1 Lollipop for the Nexus 7

As you know, the Nexus devices tend to be the first to receive updates of the system of Mountain View. It is the case of Android Lollipop, that in the majority of devices have already received up to four different versions of the operating system of the lollipops. It is now the Nexus 7, Wifi version, which receives a new and mysterious system update. Then you have all their details and how to install it today in your Nexus 7.

The latest version of Android Lollipop that Google has released for its devices, and by extension, the more modern update of the system, is the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. As well, Google has just published a new and mysterious factory image for the Nexus 7 Wifi of 2013 which according to the Mountain View is also called 5.1.1. What changes is the code of the update, that if well in the first version 5.1.1 was (LMY47V) now has published a new code (LMY48G), curious 5.1.1 image when less.

And we say this because in addition Google has not released any list of improvements and bug resolved for this update. So the most logical thing is that you whether stability problems and system failures that for some reason Google does not want to acknowledge, at least for the time being.
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Download the specific file for your Nexus 7, you can do so at the end of this article. Save this file in the folder “Platform-tools” of the Android SDK.

Connect your device using the USB cable to the computer. Power and reinicialo in “Bootloader mode” by pressing the buttons volume up + volume down + power. Select the Recovery mode – the volume buttons are used to scroll through the menu and power to select-.

When an icon with an exclamation mark appears, is the time to press the volume up button + on, select “Apple update from adb”. On your computer open the command console and put: “adb sideload XXXX” where XXXX is the name of the file of Android 5.1.1 we have downloaded. At that time, it will start the process and the image will be installed.

Then we leave you with the factory image of 2013 Nexus 7 Wifi published by Google, this is what you will have to install your tablets in order to enjoy this new and mysterious update to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop from today.


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