The latest build of Android, 5.0.1 Lollipop, has been rolling out to devices for about a week now, and the factory image page has been slowly but surely getting updated with more downloads. A couple days ago we saw the addition of factory image downloads for the Nexus 4 and 6, but today the page has been updated with a link for the LTE model of the Nexus 9.

The LTE model of the Nexus 9, as we told you this morning, is first coming to T-Mobile for $0 down. This price would mean 24 monthly payments of $25, but you also have the alternative option of just paying $600 outright (either option brings the device to $120 more than the 32 GB WiFi-only model). Also, as you can see on the Google Play Store, the LTE-enabled version of the tablet is now being listed as “Coming Soon.”

You can download the factory image over at Google’s developer page. As of now, it looks like we’re still waiting on images for both models of the Nexus 7, and the Nexus 5 (and the Nexus Player). If you’d like to install one or any of these factory images without waiting for the over-the-air update to hit your device, check out our comprehensive guide.


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