Filed Under (LG Android Phones, LG Cell Phone Software, LG Nexus 4) by lg-phones on 16-04-2015

Google is reportedly working on bringing the most recent version of Lollipop to many of its devices, including flagship devices and mid-range phones. PhoneArena has learned that the OTA update for Android 5.1 now heading out, LG Nexus 4 owners now can download the OTA file for sideload (from LRX22G) from here.

The build number is LMY47O, and the update comes in at around 174MB on the Nexus 4. It brings to the devices bug fixes, performance improvements, and a handful of UI changes and new features. Learn about all things Android 5.1 from my earlier post.

For those who are on the latest version of Android 5.0.1 (LRX22C), updating is as simple as flashing the OTA file. For a full-on system refresh, which also means you will lose your data, a factory system image is available as well.

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Filed Under (LG Android Phones, LG Cell Phone News, LG Cell Phone Software, LG Nexus 4) by lg-phones on 15-11-2014

Android 5.0 Lollipop factory image for LG Nexus 4 is now available for download from Android Developers. The build number of the release is LRX21T. This means if you own the Google Nexus 4 you can manually flash these images instead of waiting for the OTA update.

If you’re curious about the Android 5.0 Lollipop update and want to try it right now on your LG Nexus 4, then download the  factory image and install it manually. Follow the instructions carefully to successfully flash the Lollipop update using the automatic script given in the factory image package.

How to flash your Nexus 5 to Android 5.0 Lollipop:

  1. Download and unpack the Lollipop image package from Google to the Android SDK/platform-tools folder on your computer
  2. On your phone, go to Settings > Development options and switch the toggle on. Then enable USB debugging under the "Debugging" menu group.
  3. Power off your phone.
  4. Start up the bootloader by holding down volume up, volume down and power on your device.
  5. When the menu loads, plug your Nexus 5 into your computer.
  6. On your computer, open up a command prompt or terminal window.
  7. Using the command line, navigate to the Android SDK/platform-tools folder
    • On Windows, type: flash-all.bat
    • … or on Mac, type: ./flash-all.sh
    • … or on Linux, type: ./flash-all.sh
      Your device will be wiped and set up with a clean install of Android 5.0.
  8. Enjoy some delicious Lollipop!


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Here we are today, Google has started pushing the Android 4.3.3 Kitkat update to all Nexus devices (specifically the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and Google Play editions of the Galaxy S4, HTC One M7 and HTC One M8).

As its number designation implies, this is not a big update. As such, don’t expect any feature additions (or not big ones, anyway). This update should be focused on cleaning out the remaining bugs in the 4.3 release.

The new firmware is available over the air and will bring your Nexus device slate to the latest Android version. Charge your phone 75 percent and then attempt to download the update by going to Settings > About > System updates on either device.



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