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Google launches Android 5.1.1 for some Nexus devices

Google has made Android 5.1.1 available to certain Nexus users.

Owners of a Wi-Fi only 2012 0r 2013 Nexus 7 or the Nexus 10 can download a further update to Android Lollipop, bringing it up to 5.1.1.

Users are unlikely to notice many difference between this update and Android 5.1.0 as it predominantly irons out bugs but if you are love having the very latest OS, you can download the pack from here.

This news comes less than a week after Google announced that they were no longer selling the Nexus 7 so the decision to provide updates for three tablets that came out between two and three years ago is a very interesting decision.

Many devices are still waiting for the Android 5.1.0 upgrade while there are still a lot of devices unable to upgrade to Lollipop at all.

Are you an owner of any of these devices? If so, are you planning on getting the upgrade? Let us know.

Also, if you want to discover 50 expert hacks, ROMs and apps to get the most out of your device, pick up Android magazine issue 50, available in stores and online now.