ATT 5.1 Update rolling out now!

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nooomoto

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Yay!

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wrongway213

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Can anyone confirm what radio this uses? I know the build is D, but D build from Verizon uses 98r, original D build OTA used 95r. Which radio does this OTA come with?
 
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Can anyone confirm what radio this uses? I know the build is D, but D build from Verizon uses 98r, original D build OTA used 95r. Which radio does this OTA come with?

E build contains the 98r radio and is supposedly specifically for Verizon. D build has always contained 95r.
 

guut13

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There may be a thread on this subject already, but what's the difference between the versions of 5.1?

Doesn't really state the differences, but according to this site, here's who got what...
http://www.randomphantasmagoria.com/firmware/nexus-6/shamu/

LMY47D is the global Nexus 6 Android 5.1 build that is used for Sprint, AT&T and US Cellular in the US. Outside the US, it is used for all countries except Australia, New Zealand, and India.
LMY47E was shipped on new Nexus 6 devices sold by Verizon. It was not released to other devices as an OTA update.
LMY47I was only released to devices with SIM cards from carriers in India, Australia, and New Zealand.
LMY47M was only released to devices with T-Mobile USA SIM cards.
 
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lightfire

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Is there anyone else besides me who has not yet received the 5.1 update? I have a Moto-purchased device on a MVNO - Cricket Wireless and have't heard a peep.
 

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