Tag: Nexus 7

Google Nexus 7 (2013) Got a OTA Update

Google start its monthly security update since November 2015.  November Security Update here. December Security Update here. The Android version is still 6.0.1. The date of Android security patch level was changed. Build number was changed when update too. Before January update, the Nexus 7 information is shown as below. The update notice looks like

Upgrade Nexus 7 (2013) to Android 6

My Nexus 7 (2013) tablet got the OTA upgrade notice on November 10, 2015. It is a big update from Android 5 to Android 6, or from Lollipop to Marshmallow. It is said new Android 6.0 Marshmallow improved performance, battery life and features. Since the first announcement at Google I/O on May 28, I wait

OTA update on Nexus 7 2013 Wifi version

Just received an OTA update and I pressed the install without hesitate. But it is only another small security update for Android 5.1.1. From LMY48M to LMY48T. Baded on the post on xda developers forum, Android 6, Marshmallow update is available to Nexus 7 2013 Wifi version. It will be MRA58K. This post said Nexus

Small update of Nexus 7

My Nexus 7 got another update again, when I am back home. It is said, “This software update will upgrade your Nexus 7 to improve stability, increase security, and ifx bugs. Downloading updates over a mobile network or while roaming may cause additional charges. Update size:10.3MB.”   After installation and restarting. The system Android version

Nexus 7 got Android 5.0.2 OTA

Yesterday, I got the notice. To upgrade my Nexus 7 tablet to Android 5.0.2. The update package is 9.8MB. Very small. Restart and install the upgrade is fast. But the process to optimize the Apps installed is about 5 minutes. My device is LRX22G, Lollipop looks like below: The EasterEgg of Lollipop is a Android

Nexus 7 got Android 5.0.1 OTA

Yes. Adnroid 5, or Lollipop released oin October. Based on Google announcement, it is supposed 5.0.  But I received the OTA of 5.0.1 on my old 4.4.4 Nexus 7 tablet yesterday. On October 15, 2014, Google officially announced that Android L would be known as Android 5.0 “Lollipop”. The company also unveiled launch devices for