Android 5.1 showcases execution upgrades, bug patches and stability changes. The users who have installed it have mentioned a change in how quick the tablet boots up since the Android 5.0.2 upgrade. The build number is LMY47D.
Since the upgrade is being conveyed OTA, it is spread in waves. This implies that you may not get the redesign for a couple of days. In the event that that happens, there is no need to worry. The overhaul will come. Furthermore, when it does, you ought to verify that your battery is charged to no less than 50% before you start the upgrading process.
In the mean time, the Google Nexus 6 is going to become accessible over all the major operators. This caught many users a bit off guard because of how operators treated the Samsung Galaxy Nexus a couple of years back. Upgrades were not uniform and branding was everywhere.
Obviously, that soured the “clean” experience that the Nexus was to convey. Tragically at the time, Google was not in any position to force the issue with operators like Verizon.
However, now it looks like that has changed for the the Nexus 6. All the Nexus 6 gadgets in the North America have the same backbone, the same radios, and it would seem that Google may have a great deal more control over rolling out system redesigns.
Verizon’s Nexus 6 is running the most recent form of Android, 5.1, so we will need see if the following overhaul gets disseminated rapidly.
An alternate operator not known for rolling the quickest of upgrades from OEMs is AT&T.
Indeed, it would seem that the Nexus line is ok for redesigns in all cases as some AT&T clients with the Nexus 6 have begun to notice the upgrade offered to their gadget. The number is LMY47D, the same form that is at present rolling out to the Nexus 5.
Given what has clearly been a time of development for pure- Google client base, these framework overhauls are offered in stages to random gadgets. In the event that you didn’t get a notice regarding the upgrade, check for overhauls in the settings. On the off chance that that does not work either, you need to sit tight for the OTA.
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