Just as Google almost finishes the rollout of Android 5.0 for its Nexus and GPe devices, a new version has just popped up. Dubbed as Android 5.0.1, this appears to be a bug fixing patch. After pushing the update to AOSP earlier yesterday, Google has now posted factory images of the ROM for WiFi models of the Nexus 7 and Nexus 9 as well as the Nexus 10 which is only available in a WiFi variant.
It is expected that Google will rollout these update to other Nexus devices as well, with WiFi tablets getting first preference. Unfortunately, cellular variants of the Nexus 7 are yet to get the Android 5.0 update, which is quite unfortunate, even more so with the arrival of Android 5.0.1.
We’re yet to come across the changelog for this update, so not much is known as far as features are concerned. But don’t get your hopes up just yet as it might not carry a lot of changes. You can flash the factory images if you own any of the aforementioned devices from the link below.