Android 5.0 Lollipop has managed to get a lot of users excited, and, sadly, the longer you have to wait for something you want, the more you want it. OEMs are doing their best (but so far only a select few have managed to succeed) to offer timely updates to Google’s latest and greatest, and if you have an original Nexus 7 tablet (2012), you’ll be happy to know that Nexus 7 Android Lollipop factory images are now leaked and available for you to try out.

The build number is LRX21P, and, according to reports, these have a great chance of being final versions of the firmware. However, since we’re looking at a leak, they might, or might not, end up to be what Google will push out over-the-air. The images are hosted on Google’s servers, but you might encounter some errors (signature mismatch) when trying to flash it.

Nexus 7 Android Lollipop

You can grab the image from Google’s server here, or from a third party mirror.

Source: AndroidPolice

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