Factory Image 5.0.2 (LRX22G)

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tclarkey

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Nov 27, 2010
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I noticed that as well. Any reason why it's not alerting me to update? I can always d/l the link, but that does a full wipe and don't really feel like setting things back up again.

Any reason why it's not doing the update on it's own?
 

BorgKing

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Mar 1, 2009
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Any reason why it's not doing the update on it's own?
Google does staged rollouts with OTA of new Android versions, so at first only 1% of devices receives the new update (source: Droid-Life).
As soon as someone gets the OTA url and publishes it, it will appear on this thread and you can sideload it without having to do a factory reset. Alternatively, you could apply the Factory Image without the "-w" flag, but that's a little more risky (although with the minor update from 5.0.1 to 5.0.2 it should be fine, I did it on my Nexus 5 from 5.0 to 5.0.1 and it runs fine).
 

4tune

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Aug 31, 2007
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Google does staged rollouts with OTA of new Android versions, so at first only 1% of devices receives the new update (source: Droid-Life).
As soon as someone gets the OTA url and publishes it, it will appear on this thread and you can sideload it without having to do a factory reset. Alternatively, you could apply the Factory Image without the "-w" flag, but that's a little more risky (although with the minor update from 5.0.1 to 5.0.2 it should be fine, I did it on my Nexus 5 from 5.0 to 5.0.1 and it runs fine).

Or alternatively unpack and flash only system.img, that will preserve your data.
 

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