By Jelleroggie


2014-07-30 10:08:46 8 Comments

I installed Android L developer preview on my Nexus 5. Now I was wondering if I still would get over-the-air updates. If not is there a way of fixing this?

2 comments

@Jayesh 2014-10-29 06:01:29

For the developer preview versions, there will not be an over the air (OTA) update.

This is clearly mentioned in announcement at Android Developer Blog.

So, when the actual Lollipop comes out on November 3rd, Google will create factory images for Nexus Devices and upload to Factory Images for Nexus Devices. Fetch it and flash it again to enjoy Lollipop on your Nexus 5.

@pzkpfw 2014-10-29 07:53:12

"For the developer preview versions, there will not be an over the air (OTA) update." <- do you think this is unclear @PeterCarlos ?

@0x6900 2014-10-30 13:40:56

No.

For users who are using Android L Developer preview will need to reflash the phone and install the fresh build.

If you want to receive the official consumer OTA update in November and any other official updates, you will have to have a factory image on your Nexus device.

Official Source

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