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Install Android 5.1.1 LMY48I Lollipop Factory Image for Google Nexus 10

Google has pushed the official Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Factory Image for download for all Nexus 10 users.

All the installation instructions you need are listed in this post. Make sure to read the whole guide and not to skip any steps in case you want to ‘factory reset’ or ‘update’ your tablet with a brand new Lollipop 5.1.1 build.

Android 5.1.1 LMY48I firmware is destined to fix the StageFright vulnerability bug. There are some other extra features and improvements too.

Check the guidelines below and learn what you need to do before starting the installation:

  • use this post only with the Google Nexus 10 tablets.
    – do not try to update any other devices with the files that you will find in this post.
  • in case your device sports a stock Android 5.1.1 build that was recently released, then you can try to apply only an update.
    – this can be done by modifying the LMY48I Android 5.1.1 installer script, all this info is listed in the tutorial.
  • if your tablet runs a custom ROM you cannot avoid the ‘factory reset’ process.
  • all your data will be lost after the ‘factory image’ is installed.
  • you should backup all important files before starting the installation process.
  • if you tablet is rooted you will lose root access.
  • any custom Recovery that you might have installed is going to be replaced with a stock Recovery.
  • make sure to enable USB Debugging from Developer Options menu.
    – this will allow the tablet to detect the computer.
  • check the battery charge level of your phone and make sure that it is over 50%, it prevents the device from powering down during installation.
  • read the whole guide and do not skip any steps.
  • note that we won’t be held responsible in case you lose any data in the process.

How to install Android 5.1.1 LMY48I Factory Image for Nexus 10:

If you are running an older Android 5.1.1 LMY47V build on your tablet and it is a stock firmware, then you can skip the ‘factory reset’ and use the guide to update the tablet without losing any data.

This can be done by modifying the ‘flash-all.bat’ installer. Here’s how to do that:

  • download and extract the contents of the firmware archive.
    – you will obtain various files.
  • open the ‘flash-all.bat’ file in a text editor.
  • find and delete the -w command.
  • now save the changes.

You will have to setup the Android SDK and the ‘platform-tools’ folder on your PC:

  • download the Android SDK from here.
  • install the Android SDK.
  • now find and launch the SDK Manager.
  • download and install all the SDK packages and drivers.
  • open the SDK directory and find the ‘platform-tools’ folder.
  • next, download Google USB driver and install it too.

Now you can start the Android 5.1.1 Factory Image installation:

  1. Download the Android 5.1.1 LMY48I factory image archive from here.
  2. Extract the archived files on your PC.
    – place these files in the ‘platform-tools’ folder.
  3. Power off your tablet.
  4. Now boot it in Bootloader / Fastboot Mode.
  5. Connect the Nexus 10 to your PC via USB cable.
  6. Open a command prompt window in the ‘platform-tools’ folder.
    – do it by pressing SHIFT and right-clicking on the folder’s empty space to select ‘open command window here’.
  7. Enter adb devices in command prompt in order to verify that the tablet has been detected by your PC.
    – if the tablet has been detected you can continue to the next step.
    – in case the tablet is not recognized you will have to setup once again Android SDK and reinstall all usb drivers.
  8. You can start the Android 5.1.1 LMY48I Factory Image installation by double-clicking on the flash-all.bat script.
    – confirm the installation.
    – note that the process will take at least ten minutes to complete.
  9. Reboot your Nexus 10 in normal mode after all files are flashed with success.

Unplug the tablet from PC when the ‘optimizing apps’ screen appears.

If you need more help you can reboot the device in normal mode.

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