It seems that Google has decided it’s time to start deploying factory images based on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop for some of their hardware devices. Specifically, the terminals have got the corresponding support are two of the tablets: the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, WiFi models, that are not the latest generation for this segment of the market, but they are used by a lot of users today.
The corresponding update for both models is the LMY47V and downloading factory images based on Android 5.1.1 is something that you can get in the official website, where you can proceed to install this manually or keep a copy in Safety mode in case you have any problems with any of the aforementioned devices (which, incidentally, we are always talking about the WiFi version only).
In the case of the Nexus 7, in addition to support only those models that do not have access to data, it must be said that it is possible to download the firmware for devices 2012 and 2013, so the coverage is very wide. Thus, tablets having a smaller screen are all available Google and now can enjoy Android 5.1.1 improvements.
In the case of Nexus 10, there are some additional news. These are, you can download the factory image the latest iteration of the operating system of the company’s Mountain View website, where some users have reported that they have already begun to receive this via OTA (directly on the tablet), the appropriate update. This, as we could see in the picture below, occupies only 13.9 MB, which is not problematic get using the data rate.
What new features included in Android 5.1.1? Well generally it is noted that bug fixes and increased stability of operation of the operating system are provided. But the truth is that there are an addition that is very important: management problems for RAM that affect many users are solved and, therefore, we speak of a new firmware, of the most important.