Two of Google’s popular Nexus tablet lineup, the Nexus 7 (2013) and the Nexus 10 are now getting factory images of Android 5.0.2 Lollipop. The devices are currently running Android 5.0.1 and this new update should start rolling out as an OTA over the coming weeks.
Flashing a factory image to your Nexus device requires some know-how, so make sure you’re covered before going ahead with the process. There’s no word on what the update will bring to these tablets, but they are most likely bug fixes.
We’ve only seen the Nexus tablets getting this particular ROM, so it’s most likely limited to large sized devices. However, manufacturers are seen to be using this build for their ROMs so that the customers have the latest version of Android.
You can also get updated binaries along with the factory images which come with all the necessary tools to run the ROM smoothly. There’s still no sight of the Android 5.0 update for the cellular variant of the Nexus 7, which is bad news for owners of the device.
If you own a WiFi Nexus 7 (2013) or Nexus 10 and know how to flash factory images, navigate to them from the links below.
Via: Android Police