Update: Google has now uploaded the LMY48N (Note: Not M) image for the Nexus Player.

Update 2: Google has now uploaded LYZ28K and LVY48F images for the Nexus 6 on T-Mobile and Project Fi, respectively.

As we told you yesterday, Google is pushing out one of its monthly security updates to the spectrum of still-supported Nexus devices. While you should start seeing the update — with build number LMY48M — showing up on your carrier Nexus devices over-the-air, Google has now uploaded the update to its Nexus factory image page for the Nexus 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, and 10…

You can find the images over at Google’s developers website. Here are the direct links:

As you may have noticed, the Nexus 7 (2012) isn’t included in this list. That’s because the device has been out for more than three years and Google has since discontinued updates for the device. If you’re using a supported device, however, you should notice the update landing on your device sometime soon. Alternatively, you can view our guide on how to manually install factory images here.


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