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Android 6.0 Marshmallow OTA links for Nexus devices

As soon as a new Android update is announced, the hunt for OTA file links to the updates for Nexus devices begins — this time, it's Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Much to the annoyance of Nexus fans Google takes its time in rolling updates out slowly to devices, but once they're found these URLs give you a direct download of the update file that you can then sideload at your own pace. This time around, Google is also pushing out updates for various Android One devices as well, bringing them to the newest OS before other devices see their updates.

Here are all the OTA links we have available right now, and we'll be updating this list as the new ones trickle in.

Nexuses

Nexus 5 (hammerhead)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48M

Nexus 6 (shamu)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48T
  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LYZ28M
  • Project Fi only: Android 6.0 MRA58K from LVY48H

Keep in mind that there are multiple versions of software for the Nexus 6, whether you have an unbranded model, AT&T model or Project Fi model. Check your current software version before applying an above OTA.

Nexus 7 2013 (razor)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48M

Nexus 7 2013 LTE (razorg)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48P

Nexus 9 (volantis)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48T

Nexus 9 LTE (volantisg)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48T

Nexus Player (fugu)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48N

Android One devices

Symphony Roar A50 (Bangladesh/Nepal/Sri Lanka)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48M

Cherry Mobile One (Myanmar)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48M

Karbonn Sparkle V (India)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48M

Micromax Canvas A1 (India)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48M

Spice Dream Uno (India)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48M

MyPhone Uno (Philippines)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48M

Mito Impact A10 (Indonesia)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48M

Nexian Journey One (Indonesia)

  • Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LMY48M

Of course if you're impatient you can always go with the factory image route, which gives you the option of either starting fresh or upgrading in place. Either way, you'll want to check out our comprehensive guide on flashing and updating your Nexus device.

More: How to manually update your Nexus phone or tablet

Andrew was an Executive Editor, U.S. at Android Central between 2012 and 2020.

192 Comments
  • Woot woot! Can't wait to install this on my Nexus 5 and Player!
  • Woot woot that's the sound of the police. Posted from my Nexus 6/Nexus 7 2013/Surface Pro 3
  • Thumbs up for the old KRSOne reference.
  • Yay yayyyy Posted via the Android Central App
  • BF Hardline? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Pegboard Nerds.. ;) Posted via the Android Central App
  • +1
    Awesome reference "... that's da sound of da beast"
  • Nice one! Lol Posted via the Android Central App
  • Police on My Back--The Clash
  • Whistle goes woot woot, only in the mornin
  • It's for decoration Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'll give you up to 5 weeks samsung. To get this on my note 5. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Better put it on swappa now...I would be shocked if they can deliver it by the end of the year, especially if it is a carrier model. Posted via my Nexus 6 with Marshmallow!
  • Well I'm going to buy nexus 6p anyway. Very soon. I'm just greedy. I want it on all my phones. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Probably New Years Day. Posted via The Next Big Thing. My Samsung Galaxy Note 5!
  • Of 2017...yes that would be quick for Sammy. Posted via the MATERIAL AC App
  • That would be incredibly quick.
  • Let's hope Samsung doesn't forget to add the Note 5's UX to the Note 4 this time. 5.1.1 brought nothing. Let's hope Note 4 owners will get 6.0 before christmas. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I think we all noticed the great performance improvements with 5.1.1 on note 4 Posted via the Android Central App
  • Right now let's think about that in a business sense. You want the same features of the note 5 on your note 4 before or during the time of year that consumers spend the most money on new products? That's really wishful thinking but good luck. Posted via the MATERIAL AC App
  • The only Samsung device in the immediate future that's going to get 6.0 is going to be the Samsung Galaxy S7. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Last year the GS5 was one of the first to get 5.0, even the carrier versions. Samsung doesn't mess around with their flagships. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Ya the clusterfuck version of 5.0 at that. Posted from my Nexus 6/Nexus 7 2013/Surface Pro 3
  • Maybe for other carriers. The 5.0 update for the S5 on AT&T has been one of most stable stock builds I've ever had on a phone. No complaints here.
  • Do like me. Returned the Note 5 Friday (day 40 from BB...have 45 days), bought a cheap-o Neuxs 5 (needed a phone) pre-ordered Nexus 6P, will sell Nexus 5 for a profit when 6P arrives (I got a good deal from a grandma, lol). No carrier/OEM devices ever again. Miss the pen sometimes, but nothing else. Also went to Best Buy today. Got an open box 32gig Nexus 9 that was rooted for $239. Acted concerned about the root and they knocked $80 off on the spot. ADB flashed it to Marshmallow when I got home lol.
  • Best Buy goves you 45 days to return something????? Interesting Posted via The Next Big Thing. My Samsung Galaxy Note 5!
  • If you spend a certain amount of money. Only on the elite plus level. Posted via the Android Central App
  • The BB here never have open box anything.....I got a hell of a deal.
  • Yeah no thanks. Very happy with my Samsung even though I also have a Nexus! Posted via the Android Central App
  • You're dreaming. Sell it and buy the Nexus 6P. It will have Marshmallow on it. And as a bonus, you can melt a marshmallow on it.
  • Nice Posted via the Android Central App
  • Some of the features Google is putting into marshmallow are already on your note 5, like multi window. Plus, when samsung does update their lineup to marshmallow, it's going to look just like lollipop, since the visual aesthetics of the OS haven't changed much. You'll only really know you have a different OS version when you go into settings.
  • And the new features lol Posted via the Android Central App
  • What's the rush?? You're note 5 puts the nexus 6 to shame Posted via the Android Central App
  • Exactly! There's nothing about 6.0 that I'd want to trade my Note 5 for Posted via the Android Central App using my Note 5
  • Maybe he wants to beta-test Android 6 for us. I don't even plan to take the 6.0 update if it becomes available for my phone. My phone is working great now. It's not broke, so why fix it?
  • Sure we'll see a PR release stating 1st Quarter of 2016 latest 2 nd quarter. Or they'll be dicks and announce their S7 phones and release it 1-2 months after the S7 go on sale
  • Interesting, no Nexus 6 just yet. I wonder which ones will start receiving it first-- hope I'm one of the firsts! ;P
  • Never wait on an OTA. Flash that thing man!
  • Just go flash the factory image. I think it's just one factory image for all carriers now because the 6.0 factory image on Google's site had Wifi Calling built in and that use to require the TMO build. So go get the 6.0 goodies.
  • Is it safe to leave userdata unwiped? I'd rather not factory reset, since my bootloader is unlocked and all.
  • Dam it feels good to be a Google Gangster. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Butta on Nexus 5 and 9.
  • Is nexus 7 2012 getting the update? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Nope. Sorry. Posted via my Nexus 6 with Marshmallow!
  • Eh. Oh well. Thanks Posted via the Android Central App
  • Nothing can save that laggy tablet now.
  • So I clicked the link for the N7 from the N7 and it downloaded the zip but I can't figure out how to install from the N7 itself. These are the OTA links, right? I don't need need to install from the PC via USB do I?
  • I THINK if you have a custom recovery you can install from the device, but if you have the stock recovery you'll need to do it through a computer. The OTA updates won't wipe the device, though.
  • To sideload an ota you need to use adb (from the Android sdk) over USB. Or you can just wait and you'll get it eventually.
  • It's the OTA file....not an actual OTA upgrade.....you still need USB and adb to sideload it. Basically instead of waiting to push the file to you OVER THE AIR, you are taking that same file and putting it on the device to run manually. If you aren't familiar with ADB....just wait a few days till you get an actual OTA. Personally, I hate OTA's. The factory firmware and a fresh install are always the way to go in my book....no bugs left behind. But that takes more work as you must back everything up first.
  • If you have custom recovery then you can use that, if you don't then you will need a computer to run adb commands.
  • So Marshamallow is rolling out to the Nexus 7! Hear that, Tech Times?
  • Nexus 7 2013 only.....the 2012 Nexus 7 isn't getting it.
  • I have Nexus 7 2012 WiFi 32GB and Lollipop sucks on it. (I got it OTA, factory reset.) I'm gonna figure out how to take it back to Kit Kat. Waiting for Marshmallow on my Nexus 6, though.
  • Only way to revert back is to install a factory image of the built you want through ADB. It works well as I've done it in the past but be sure to back up everything first. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Can anyone say me exactly how the OTA links above have to be used? How would I sideload the rom?
  • Download Wugs Nexus tool kit. It's pretty simple to use, only takes a few clicks. Posted via the Android Central App
  • There's a link in the above article: How to manually update your Nexus Phone or Tablet. The instructions are written out very well - please follow it step by step. There are experts on this forum who can guide your further, if you run into issues. Good luck.
  • Why is Marshmallow being rolled out before the 6P and 5X ship? Thought the idea was the new handsets get brief exclusivity? Posted via the Android Central App
  • I was wondering the same thing. Dam It's Feels Good To Be A Google Gangster
  • I for one am glad Google is doing this. As Apple has been doing this for ages now. After the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P will cone shipped with Marshmallow out of the box. Posted via the Android Central App via My Nexus 6
  • Why not?
  • Not with nexus. Everyone can enjoy it. Plus many developers buy nexus so they give them a chance to test out apps before the new handsets come out. It's not always like that but most times it is.
  • Also im stuck at LMY48M build of NEXUS 9 (WIFI). I need the LMY48T to upgrade to Android M. Would the LMY48T also arrive as a OTA update?
  • Not sure why you didn't get the LMY48T OTA. If i were you, I would just flash the factory image. Sure you will start fresh, but their were enough bugs in the lollipop builds that for me a fresh start was needed. My nexus 7 seems to have lost most the touchscreen issues so far that have plagued it from day 1. Let's hope its not just a placebo.
  • As per above - need a LMY45M->LMY48T OTA first. Android Police has one listed for the LTE version of the N9, but not the wifi-only one. http://www.androidpolice.com/2015/10/05/flash-all-the-things-android-6-0...
  • Exactly! The only way to reach M is either wait for the OTA or flash the factory image of (LMY48T) from the Google Dev site.
  • All the links for all the available devices are here: https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images?hl=en Posted via the Android Central App
  • That's the factory images - not the OTA updates.
  • Yes, I am aware. I've already installed 6.0 Posted via the Android Central App on my Nexus 5 M 6.0
  • Still no word on Android One devices :( :( Posted via the Android Central App
  • FYI the Sprout OTA has been posted here: http://androiding.how/download-marshmallow-ota-update/
  • Thanks a lot! I'm guessing this will work for all Android One devices??
  • Has anyone ripped the apps from the factory image and made them apk files yet Posted via the Android Central App
  • Anyone have feedback for how the N6 is behaving with the M update?
  • Yes, i had the preview 3 edition and it was awesome. Some apps force closed because they weren't ready for M, but before it was released they started working. Battery on the n6 improved for me a lot and the permissions feature was awesome. Also, on tmobile wifi calling is great and so is volte and with tmobile you also get to use the native visual voicemail built right into the google dialer.
  • Never had a device that performed as well as the nexus 6 on 6.0 I get 3 hours SoT and the battery is still at 50% Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'm still upset that my Moto e 2nd generation won't be getting the OS updates. However, I'm not sure if this is set in stone or not. At any rate, Google has always been slow to release updates for their OS updates; just not in their nexus devices, so this is new.
  • When will Google officially release Marshmallow OTA? Why were Google so vague about releasing Marshmallow only saying 'from early next week' Posted via the Android Central App via My Nexus 6
  • My Nexus 9 (wifi) is still on LMY48M. I don't have the latest October security patch yet, so I will wait until that comes through. Then i may think about sideloading OTA (if it does not come OTA first).....
  • That's exactly what build on on as well. So I guess when the October security update cones out we'll be able to update when it becomes available OTA. Posted via the Android Central App via My Nexus 6
  • The nexus 7 (2013) LTE is getting it at the same time as the WiFi model? Impressive. They couldn't manage that last year for 5.0 Posted via Android Central App
  • Yes, they did it right this time. Seems to work great too as I haven't found anything wrong.
  • Nexus 5 link: Nevermind, needed to refresh the page :D
  • Upgraded my Nexus 5 without a hitch. Time to play!
  • I know that Nexus 5 OTA update has alredy been released, but I would like to get it over the air to my phone, don't want to do it manually. How long does it usually take to get these updates as a real OTA files? Anyone received Nexus 5 OTA yet? Posted via the Android Central App
  • You will be waiting at least a week. I would expect to see an OTA notification in a few weeks.
  • If I have M Preview 3 on my nexus 5, which OTA should I install? (I don't want to wipe my phone)
  • Just got mine now for Nexus 5. Updating at the moment
  • realy? u got via air?
  • Yup, earlier today Posted via Android Central App
  • What country are you in? Nexus 5 running 5.1.1 OS
  • My nexus7 2013 is on build LMY48T
    The list says the Android 6 upgrade from that build is the Nexus 9.
    Am i missing something? Posted via Android Central App
  • My Nexus 7 is on build LMY48T too, should I just sideload the update or what?
  • My nexus 6 is also on lmy48t, no update yet.... As of 10/23/15 Posted via the Android Central App
  • US
  • Will see how long is it going to take them to release the update in Europe... Nexus 5 running 5.1.1 OS
  • Wow... STILL no Nexus 6?
  • +1 Posted via the Android Central App
  • How do you use the Little key on my Galaxy S6 to open the micro SD card slot?
  • There isn't microSD there is a sim card tray. And you could open that using a paper clip or a sim card remover Posted via the Android Central App
  • i received OTA today.. will update it ..
  • Was the OTA for Android M...or an incremental 5.1.1 update...? (My Nexus 6 received an OTA last night, but it was merely the latter.)
  • has malaysia brand or no? very excited to reply, no malaysia system i didn't want.
  • I love how the Nexus 6 which is Google's current phone hasn't got the link yet Posted via the Android Central App
  • No kidding. I'm on the fence if I want to flash my Nexus 6 or wait for the OTA link. I have a 6P on order so I'm not sure if I want to go through the setup process twice in one month.
  • I would understand waiting this long after the OTAs actually got sent out but definitely not the OTA link to side load Posted via the Android Central App
  • Hmmm, Nexus 6 still has no link? U would think it would be one of the first to get the update Posted via the Android Central App
  • My nexus5 is getting an update and will downloading it is showing an error,fucked up with this it has happened several times, I m running on 5.1.1,plzz help me out guyssssss.
  • There's a link on this article (How to manually update your Nexus phone or tablet), that takes you step by step to sideload the OTA file from a desktop/laptop. Perhaps, you should consider sideloading the OTA. Mine went in smoothly - and I am enjoying Android M.
  • I left Sammy for the Nexus line and pure Google experience and faster updates. Hmmmmm....Still, it's only a week on. Hopefully, they will release that golden link soon.
  • Hey, What happened with N6 Marshmallow OTA? Thought i saw it awhile ago.
    T-M has a link.
  • I'm running my Nexus 6 stock, and received OTA last night...and it was merely a 5.1.1 UPDATE!! Grrrrrrr... What gives.
  • There's no OTA for M on any Nexus 6 yet. I got the same 5.1.1 update OTA a few days ago.
  • Looks like it's up now!
  • Lmao, when Android One phones get the update before your Nexus 6.... \ ( ) /
  • Just received a 5.1.1 security patch on my Nexus 6 :( Maybe they're trying to get everyone on the final version of 5.1.1. before they start rolling out 6.0
  • Same here...on project fi. Hoping they get the update pushed soon Posted via the Android Central App
  • Google...if only you would have given the world of Android the heads up that Android Marshmallow was NOT rolling out Before an Android 5.1.1 security update. "Android 6.0 Is Rolling ...", and variations of such a title are things we see. Yet, Halloween is around the corner, and you're still handing out LOLLIPOPS?!! We want MARSHMALLOWS!! *le sigh* Trying to "behave", and be patient in this UNrooted world.
  • Got the push last night on my Nexus 9. It's been a busy day so I'll watch impact and play later tonight. Posted via the Android Central App
  • There's no update for MY48T for the Nexus 7 (2013). But it does show for the Nexus 9. The T was the security update that just downloaded OTA for the N7. What up wit dat?
  • Seems like a common problem. Our Nexus 7 got the update to 48T the other week and won't take this OTA because you need to be on M. There doesn't seem to be an OTA for us yet. Google don't even list 48T as being available for the Nexus 7, but plenty of people have it.
  • Why does AC randomly repost articles that are a week old?
  • Guessing they updated OTA links, but maybe it's just for click bait revenue. Hail Putrid Pile
  • No update for MY48T for the Nexus 7 though.
  • Hopefully that's something people pay attention to...... That little security update gummed up the works for sideloading.... Posted from my Nexus 7 2013 via Android Central App
  • Aah...Good point. I should've figured that out myself, lol
  • Yepiiii...i got ota upadte for android M...this time much faster.... Posted via the Android Central App
  • My N9 got it yesterday OTA.
  • Deja vu? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Got it for my n5 on Rogers yesterday and it rocks Posted via the Android Central App on my Rogers Note 4
  • Looks like the first N6 OTA to show up is for the T-Mobile 5.1.1 build! Yay! =)
  • I think Sprint as well Dam It's Feels Good To Be A Google Gangster
  • I love MM on MY 2012 N7 AND NEXUS 10 !!!! My Nexus 10 and 7 Drive like butter..... THANK YOU; Dmitry and XDA ! http://dmitry.gr/index.php?r=06.%20Thoughts
  • Anyone having trouble updating the Nexus 6? Everytime I try to sideload it says no device found. I do adb devices it shows but when I reboot in adb fastboot no more devices so can't use adb sideload.
  • Have you Factory Unlocked your Device?
  • No. I am just trying to apply the ota. I thought you didn't need to unloack it just to apply an ota I thought that was just to flash the rom?
  • IDK dude. I do it the easy way easy I'm sure you're aware of. Download wugs toolkit and the factory image, from Google, then unlock the bootloader with wugs and flash the stock image. It'll takes all of 10 mins
  • Sounds like you don't have the drivers installed correctly. I usually follow the instructions from Wugs Nexus Root Toolkit to install drivers and access ADB command line. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I fixed it just by disconnecting the phone and reconnecting it again when the sideload screen comes up.
  • http://www.wugfresh.com/nrt/ this will never Fail you! Make sure to "UNLOCK" Device first before flashing image or OTA>..
  • You don't have to unlock to sideload the OTA. You are making people wipe their phones for no reason. Posted via the Android Central App
  • The N6 48T OTA continues to fail during download. Any relevant suggestions? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Failing for me too... Posted via the Android Central App
  • Try using a different browser Posted via the Android Central App
  • Your holding it wrong. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Tried three time and the download has failed each time... Posted via the Android Central App
  • I had the t security update with no marshmallow on sight. So while I usually sideload ota zip I said screw the many months of data and started fresh with the factory image. It's definitely a refined lollipop and I love doze. It really works well but I honestly haven't had time to dig into the bits of the OS yet. Posted via the MATERIAL AC App
  • I've already received my OTA update on my nexus 5 here in the UK :) Posted via the Android Central App
  • So have you noticed any performance improvements? I haven't got the OTA update for my Nexus 6 yet. Posted via My Nexus 6
  • It's does feel a little more slick yes. I've had no crashes or reboots. The only thing I noticed was the volume down arrow missing once, not a persistent problem. Doze is brilliant, battery life still more or less same. I like it but really want to see it on a Nexus 5X, desperate for a decent camera! Posted via the Android Central App
  • Got notification that my OTA had downloaded last night, started the install process only for it to fail part way through, Had the android man with red triangle with 'error' underneath it. Since I booted back into 5.1.1 I can't start the process again to upgrade
  • Same thing has happened to me four times this week. Any solution yet?
  • tried to install manually OTA on my nexus 5 (running android m preview) got error:
    "failed to verify whole-file signature"
    "signature verification failed Installation aborted" dont know what to do, should i have to go back to lollipop to install stable androidM ?
  • There is no OTA update path from the developer previews. You'll need to flash the final factory image.
  • ..
  • Download of the OTA hung up on me as well. Stalled at 63%, so I bailed. Posted from my Nexus 6 via the Android Central App
  • I'm in the UK and I still haven't got the OTA update for Marshmallow for my Nexus 6 yet. It will most likely be next week I guess. Posted via My Nexus 6
  • Used sideload to update N6 from 48T last night. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Several forums readers, me included, couldn't get the T-Mobile update (Android 6.0 MRA58K from 5.1.1 LYZ28M) to sideload or flash last night. Wugfresh still doesn't recognize the LYZ28M build, but other options besides NRT failed too.
  • BTW.... This new material design on the updated Android Central app is amazing. Great job!!!!!!! Dam It's Feels Good To Be A Google Gangster
  • Are you serious? +++ Insert witty signature, watch as others not get it, profit +++
  • Very serious. I'm loving the purple. I'm tired of all the bright white in material design. It's a nightmare to look at. That's why I stopped using the Google Now Launcher. Dam It's Feels Good To Be A Google Gangster
  • Gotdamn shoe shinin' a bit much are we? I seen this comment from u on every article Posted via the Android Central App
  • When are the OTAs gonna start to roll out? I have a Nexus Player. Posted via the Android Central App
  • I'm a little confused: everyone will be on the same build AFTER these updates? Strange that there apparently needs to be 32 different versions of software to make everyone the same. Also, I have a PFi Nexus 6 (that has been on Fi since day 1)but I'm not on LVY48H, I'm on LYZ28M. Which one am I supposed to use? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Finally. I was able to successfully update today. Now, it's time to play. Posted from my Nexus 6 via the Android Central App
  • Hi,
    I got OTA android 6.0 update today in my Nexus 6. But i did a factory reset for my phone before downloading it. And i cannot find the update now. My device is running on android 5.1.1 now. When i check for updates, its showing your device is up to date. Shall i get OTA for marshmallow automatically?? Anybody please help???
  • My download keeps on failing Posted via the Android Central App
  • Looks like they are unifying all the builds for the Nexus 6. If this is the case that would be the reason for slower OTA roll outs. Easier way just flash the factory image. I mean you have a Nexus.
  • Had to activate my number again on Project Fi, anyone else with Fi have to do any weird stuff?
  • Will the nexus 9 get an ota for the new version of 6.0 if it is one the latest developer preview? Or will we have to revert back to 5.1.1 to get the ota pushed to us? Anyone know? Posted via the Android Central App
  • Still waiting for the N7 to update OTA. My N9 did a couple days ago..I did get some update for the N7 first but I think it was just a patch. Common Google.
  • hmmm...Project Fi only?
    What about direct Moto (T-M)? currently riding [LYZ28M]
    Will it break my Fi?
    EDIT: T-M has removed their Marshmallow update for Nexus 6.
    [At least as far as i can tell]
  • Sideloaded util
    izing TMobile flavor.
    Still works.
  • Has anyone received the Att ota yet? Posted via the Android Central App
  • 48T still failing...running an unlocked device on Verizon. Guess I'll just give in and wait for the actual OTA. Posted via the Android Central App
  • Tried sideloading 6.0 for the Verizon LMY48T on a GP N6, all I get is cannot read, in recovery, everything worked except for the device wouldn't allow the file transfer. Wugfresh doesn't have T version either.
  • Unlocked Nexus 6 on AT&T with 5.1..1 build LVY48W. I don't seen an OTA for LVY48W yet. I've never flashed a phone. Ive been trying on my old HTC EVO 4G, which won't even unlock. So... no practice for me.
  • So how do we know the LVY48H is for Fi only? I have an unbranded non Fi LVY48H. XDA has it also but it is not marked Fi only...
  • Google sent out a security update for the Nexus 7 2013 that changed the build from LYM48M to LYM48T. Unfortunately, the link that's posted will not update the new build. Is there a way to update using this link or another link available?
  • This is bullshit, I still haven't got 6.0 Marshmallow yet. I'm not impressed by Google's Nexus rollout of 6.0 Marshmallow. Apple do a much better job and I'm glad I'll be back to iOS and back to to true fast updates again next year. Posted via My Nexus 6
  • Got the OTA today on my Sprint N6! Posted via the Android Central App
  • Still waiting on my OTA. It's annoying because my old Nexus 5 got the update. The odd part is that it didn't receive the 5.1.1 security update like my Nexus 6 and Nexus 7 did. I was so excited to see 3 updates, just to be disappointed in two. Google should really let the ones with the newer Nexus devices get the update first.
  • Yeah still nothing here ... And my buddy has a n6 as well... Posted via the Android Central App
  • If the N6 update is being held up by carrier testing as is the case with he t-mobile version..... Then is the n6 a real nexus. I thought part of the nexus thing was that Google could push ota updates without the carrier testing /hold up hassle? If not then they should it be advertising nexi as receiving the latest version of a new update as soon as Google makes it available because now it seems that it's the carriers who still decide, like always, when an update is issued.
  • I’d like to know exactly why Marshmallow ISN’T going to be available for the 2012 Nexus 7. I bought this device (two, actually) precisely because I felt that Google would support them for a long time, and because they didn’t suffer from the forks/bloatware/other nonsense that proprietary vendors built in to their devices. It just doesn’t seem to me like 3 or 4 years is a “long time.” I’m now out of the picture for Google. I probably won’t return.
  • I agree with you, but that's just how it is with Android. Nexus devices get supported for about 2 years, which is better than any of the other Android manufacturers do. If want a tablet that will be supported for 3-4 years, either get an iPad or get a Windows tablet. iPads might be expensive and locked down, but at least you don't have to buy one ever 18 months receive updates, and the apps are generally a lot better than their Android counterparts. Windows tablets are more open (even more open than Android in one aspect: you don't have to root them to mess with the operating system), but there are very few tablet-optimized apps. Personally, I am happy with a good Android phone and a cheap Windows tablet (that runs real Firefox!).
  • Still no ota for my nexus 6
  • Still nothing here either I'm fueled by marshmallows...
  • I have the Nexus 7 razor LMY48T to MRA5V, where can I post the link? Just in the comments? (The OTA zip file link was the link being sent to my nexus)