Google prioritizes update rollouts to its Nexus devices first as we all know. And if you own a Nexus 4, Nexus 5 or the LTE Nexus 9, you should be expecting to receive the Android 5.1.1 update sometime soon. However, if you haven’t seen the update on your device yet, Google has now made it that much easier for you to get it, thanks to dedicated OTA update links.
You can sideload these files using the ADB tool and get your device on Android 5.1.1. Surprisingly, Google is yet to update the factory images list, so if you want to get Android 5.1.1 on either of the aforementioned devices, downloading the OTA files are your only bet.
There aren’t any significant changes with the Android 5.1.1 update, so you won’t find anything new coming from Android 5.1. As we always mention, it is advised to proceed with this only if you know your way around flashing OTA files. Make sure you do your research if you’re new to the concept.
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Via: Android Police