In case you missed, T-Mobile began pushing out Android 5.1.1 to the Nexus 6 this weekend. This flavor of Android — build LYZ28E — was built especially for the Nexus 6 on T-Mobile and features the long awaited WiFi Calling feature baked right in. With WiFi calling, Nexus 6 owners can make calls and send text messages even in places where they have zero bars. You gotta admit, that’s pretty handy especially if you live up in the mountains or other areas where T-Mobile’s towers have trouble reaching.
Because the update is rolling out in stages, some of you may not have gotten the update quite yet. Don’t worry, you’ll get it soon. For those that don’t feel like waiting, here’s the OTA link for manual flashing (if you’re into that sort of thing). For anyone else looking to download the full factory image — which will restore your device to its full factory settings — you can now find that on Google’s Nexus factory images page down below. This is great for those that Have at it.
[via Nexus Factory images]
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