Android 5.1.1 Lollipop is making its way to an array of devices recently, and now it is being directed towards Nexus 10 tablet (2013). The firmware update is of 14MB file size, which means that there is not much coming with this update. This update does not really have any new feature, but it will take care of many bugs that have rolled in with the previous update.

Nexus 10 (2013) users should expect this update to read sometime now and the next few days, although there is no stipulated timeline for it to reach each user. Moral of the story is that all those who are using this device and are still stuck on Android 5.1, will receive this small update that would enhance their device’s performance by eliminating bugs.

Being an over-the-air (OTA) update, users will have to wait until it comes to their tablets automatically. In order to update it manually, we got to wait until there comes a link to download the OTA file. However, one must know that doing it manually would take whole of efforts of downloading and flashing it to your device, the manual install process is a bit complex in comparison to automatic update.

In case you don’t get the notification, simply go to the settings > about> software update. By tapping the “software update” option, you will get to know if your device has got the update or not.

Are you a Nexus 10 user? If yes, then let us know about the device’s performance post Android 5.1.1 update.

Filed in Tablets. Read more about and . Source: androidpolice

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