Google started pushing out the latest Android 5.1.1 Lollipop on the Nexus lineup. The update brings a host of changes as well as bug fixes that were reported in the previous versions and hopefully aren’t there anymore. Like stated previously, the update only brings some incremental changes and there isn’t any major change. However, if you are still willing to upgrade manually rather than waiting for the OTA, you’re at the right place. Let’s take a look at how to update your Nexus 10 to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
- Download the Samsung USB drivers from here.
- Enable USB debugging by going to Settings > About Phone > Tapping the build number 8 times > Settings > Developer options.
- Nexus 10 Android 5.1.1 Lollipop img can be downloaded from here.
- ADB set up and ready. Check the guide on how to set up ADB.
How To Update Nexus 10 To Android 5.1.1 Lollipop
- Connect your Nexus 10 to your PC using the USB cable.
- Turn off your tablet and get in the fastboot mode by pressing and holding the power on and volume up buttons together till you see the fastboot menu.
- Extract the zip file you downloaded earlier, once extracted; go to the destination and copy all files from mantaray-LMY47D and paste them in your fastboot directory that should be platform-tools in fastboot directory.
- Go to the fastboot directory and from the files you pasted earlier, run the file“flash-all.bat” without the quotation marks. If you are using Mac or Linux, the file you need to execute is “flash-all.sh” through terminal for Mac and “flash-all.sh” for Linux.
- That’s it, the flashing process will begin and your Nexus 10 will be updated in no time.
Let us know if you faced any issues during the flashing process.