As expected, hours of launching Android 5.0.2 update Lollipop for the Nexus 7 Wi-Fi (2013) tablet has also started to get this version of system for the tablet Nexus 10 in a staggered fashion.
This new version of Lollipop at the moment has just been released to the Nexus 7 Wi-Fi (2012-2013) and for the Nexus 10, and users who have already updated notice performance improvements, especially in the first Nexus 7. It is unknown when Android 5.0.2 or another version will reach the rest of Nexus devices. It is expected that Google release another version that correct yet more failures in coming weeks.
Users who have not yet received Android 5.0.2 on their Wi-Fi 7 Nexus and Nexus-10 can manually update safely by manually installing your OTA safely.
Manually install the update OTA
- Nexus 7 Wi-Fi (2012): Update to Android 5.0.2 (LRX22G) from 5.0 Android (LRX21P)
- Nexus 7 Wi-Fi (2013): Update to Android 5.0.2 (LRX22G) Android 5.0.1 (LRX21C)
- Nexus 10: Update to Android 5.0.2 (LRX22G) Android 5.0.1 (LRX21C)
To manually update need to have installed the SDK for Android and our Android device drivers and the following steps:
- Download the file us appropriate update our device and current version.
- Save the zip file in the folder Platform-tools the Android SDK.
- Connect the device to the computer.
- Turn off the phone and turn it on at the same time hold volume up + volume down + Power for entering the bootloader.
- Entering the Recovery mode with the help of the volume keys to change option and the Power button to access.
- When an icon with an exclamation mark appears press Volume up + Power At the same time.
- Select apply update from adb.
- Writing instruction from the terminal or command prompt window from your computer ADB sideload next to the name of the update. For example:
ADB sideload a6645eee89af34f58db74f6a1ad93fe400fcfc7b.signed-nakasi-LRX22G-from-LRX21P.a6645eee.zip
Once installed the update just have to restart the device. This process will leave the device updated to respecting our data since it is what I would do the OTA automatically.