Nexus 4 gets official Android 6.0 Marshmallow support

Do you have a Nexus 4 that you love and cherish and would never change for any new flagship? Well, now you will be able to taste some of that Android 6.0 Marshmallow goodness you were denied a few months ago. It’s not thanks to Google, but you can thank CyanogenMod devs who worked tirelessly to bring the newest Android OS to your device.     Old-school Nexus lovers can now sigh with relief at the thought of trying that sweet gooey Marshmallow goodness. Cyanogen released a CM 13 nightly for the Nexus 4 (mako) and it weighs around 277MB. You should know that this nightly build could be full of bugs and problems because – as we all know – nightlies are not the most stable of ROM versions.   You can find different builds for Nexus 4 on XDA forums, but it is very nice to know that you can also go to CyanogenMod for some support when it comes to older devices. It does not matter if you use this device as your primary or backup phone, it is important to know that Marshmallow is here for you. You can get the CM 13 file zip at the source link below, and do not forget the Gapps zip package too.   Source: CyanogenMod via AndroidPolice  

T Mobile posted Android 5.1 update documents for Nexus 4, 5 and 7 – OTA to come soon

T Mobile just released Android 5.1 update documents for its Nexus 4, 5 and 7 and the actual OTA may rollout today. The new LMY47D build was already spotted online, but now it appears that T Mobile’s documents show a possible rollout today for its older Nexus devices.     Android 5.1 brings about bug fixes and stability and some new features as well. Even if the rollout is not coming exactly today, it will come around soon and we will let you know when. Source: T Mobile

Lollipop 5.0.1 images for Nexus 4 and Nexus 6 on Google Devs

In case you were wondering, Nexus 4 and Nexus 6 images for Lollipop 5.0.1 are now up on it devs page. The update began rolling out on a few devices a week ago, and now the older and newer mobile phones are getting their due share for your flashing pleasure only.       There is still no news on an update for Nexus 5, or the 2012 Nexus 7 LTE version, but we will let you know as we find out more details. Below you can find the link for the new images; happy flashing! Source: Google Devs

Android 5.0 Lollipop system image for Nexus 4 ready to download

The Android 5.0 Lollipop system image for Nexus 4 is finally available for download. The Nexus 4 is not as old in some people’s pockets as we think, and now those owners will be happy to know that they can enjoy the Lollipop pleasures of the world as well.       The image bears number LRX21T, which is dated to October 21st, as most similar images available. The image has 412MB and it includes anything you will need to flash the Android 5.0 update to your device. You won’t even have to delete your user data to apply the update, but just to be sure, you should do it.   If you think you are ready for flashing, head over to the source link to envelop your Nexus 4 in Lollipop glory.   Source: Nexus Lollipop image

Android 5.0 to reach Nexus 4 soon

Android 5.0 is finally announced for the Nexus 4 as well! The Lollipop build LRX21T is already on its way to N4 devices and it will soon officially roll out. Google officials say the update is locked and loaded and it will reach devices soon.   There is no official launch date yet, but we hope to get it sooner than soon ™. It is reassuring to know that the Nexus 4 will be getting its due update to Lollipop 5.0.   Source: AndroidPolice

Lollipop update rolling out to Nexus 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10

Lollipop is reaching out to Nexus 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10. The OTAs have already started rolling out and most Nexus devices are getting their due share of joy while Nexus 9 is getting a small bug fix update.   Of course, as with all big updates, this one will take a few days to reach all devices out there, so be patient. The mobile data versions for the Nexus 7 (versions 2012 and 2013) will take a while to rollout to all devices too, and there is no news on the Nexus 4 update yet.   We will let you know when the update ZIPs will be available for you to manually update your device. Be sure to have an unlocked bootloader or use ADB to manually update. If your device is running on a custom ROM or a developer preview, you will have to get back to stock Android before updating. Source: AndroidPolice