A few days ago, Google posted the factory images for most of the Nexus devices. The company released the images for both Nexus 7 models, the Nexus 5 and the Nexus 10, while the Nexus 4 was left behind.
Finally, the awaited files are ready, and you can get the factory image of the Nexus 4 from the Google developer’s site.
As always, make sure to have enough battery life before starting the update and follow the usual steps to install the new software. If you have never done it before, in Google developer’s site you can also find the detailed instructions to correctly flash a factory image on a Nexus device.
The built number is LRX21T, which joins the ones already available: Nexus 5 (LRX21O), Nexus 7 2012 Wifi (LRX21P), Nexus 7 2013 (KTU84P) and Nexus 10 (LRX21P).
So, if you are the owner of a Nexus 4, you can start enjoying Android 5.0 Lollipop. After waiting for a few days, your device is finally ready to run the newest Android version available. Just go to flash the images!