Google Already Rolling Out Android 5.0.2 Factory Images, Hits AOSP For Nexus 7 (2012) WiFi [Download]

Google’s next minor release of Android is already rolling out just a couple of weeks after Android 5.0.1 update arrival, now that the company has released factory image for LRX22G, Android 5.0.2 for the Nexus 7 (2012) Wi-Fi variant, which contains various bug fixes.

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Notably, the Nexus 7 tablet haven’t received Android 5.0.1 update, but directly getting updated to the latest version of AOSP 5.0.2. Official changelog says, the Android 5.0.2 Lollipop brings fixes for storage issues and alarm problems as well. With several minor updates in few weeks after the official Android 5.0 update, this time Google has released 5.0.2 update for Nexus devices.

According to the changelog, this small update released to address bugs, which also includes fast and slow-motion video recording capability. The 5.0.2 update also addresses issues related to MountService which should now start before performBootDexOpt and changes regarding to NAND have also been pushed. Fstrim, introduced in Android 4.3, but caused some serious issues on Lollipop.. device with slow NAND should now have a noticeable performance boost.

The factory image of Android 5.0.2 download link can be found here, and is officially signed by Google. But Android SDK is purely required to install it, as is a more advanced understanding of sideloading. No sign of OTA update as of now. It is not clear when other devices would get the update.

Download Factory images for Nexus 7 (2012) WiFi from Google Developers website from here.

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