Yesterday night, when I open the cover of my Kindle paperwhite, it displayed the updating screen.
So it is automatically update. We call it OTA update, or over-the-air update.
Now it is version 220.127.116.11. I remembered I did a manual update last Augest. After that update, it was 5.9.7.
On my Kindle, the What’s New page shown two release version, 5.10.3 and 18.104.22.168.
Let’s have a look at the What’s New.
Version 22.214.171.124 – April 2019
New translation language: Tanslation support added for Afrikaans, Catalan, Icelandic, Swedish and Welsh.
New keyboard languages: Keyboard support added for Afrikaans, Danish, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish.
Performance improvements, bug fixes, and other general enhancements.
Version 5.10.3 – February 2019
Performance improvements and other general enhancements.
Here is the link to download the firmware for v126.96.36.199, if you don’t get the OTA update.
Just upgrade my Kindle Touch to 188.8.131.52 by OTA.
First turn on WIFI on settings.
Then Wait, about 5 to 10 minutes. It will download the update firmware file to Kindle, which is about 116MB.
Then follow the instruction below:
- From Home, tap the Menu icon, and then tap Settings.
- Tap the Menu icon, and then tap Update Your Kindle. This option will be grayed out if the most recent update has already been installed or if the file transfer was not successful.
- Tap OK to perform the update. You will see Your Kindle Is Updating.
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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 9 or some Nexus 6 version need to upgrade from LMY48M to LMY48T first, then it can be upgraded to MRA58K. They are two parts upgrade.
So, can I say the MRA58K will be soon on my Nexus 7?
Today, my Nexus 7 device got another OTA update of system.
The update size is 13.8MB per below screen.
It said that this update will improve stability, increase security, and fix bugs.
Before update, the system > About Tablet screen shown as below.
Build number LMY48I
After update, the build number is LMY48M, but the android version is still 5.1.1.
For me, I just want the Nexus 7 has longer battery. Especialy when I play the game, Candy Crush Saga and Candy Crush Soda, the back of device, near the camera, is very hot.
I updated my Nexus 7 tablet to Android 5.1.1 by OTA on July 6, Monday. The update package is 18MB.
It is fast to install the update and restart, but it took more time when doing optimization on every app on it.
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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 Android 5.0—including Motorola’s Nexus 6 and HTC’s Nexus 9—for release on November 3, 2014.
I took the screen shot during the updates.
1) Before the upgrade, it is Android 4.4.4. The latest version 4.
The home page of Android 4.4.4.
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Yesterday, I got the system update notice on my Nexus 7.
Then touch the bar to download the new system.
Touch the Download button
A few minutes later. the system will ask for restart. Confirm it and the device will restart and install the new system and optimize apps.
When the system restarted to normal, go to settings > About tablet.
Android version is 4.4.3 now.