November 2015 OTA Links

A new month brings a new round of security patches for Nexus devices. The November 2015 Nexus Security Bulletin details the issues fixed and has been updated (as of yesterday) to include links to specific changes that fix each bug. I’ve updated our AOSP Changes site to show all of the new changes in glorious hyperlinked diff format. Several of the disclosed issues are marked as critical security fixes. It’s important that these fixes reach users as quickly as possible. In the spirit of helping that happen, we continue to deliver on our pledge to help get these updates to security conscious individuals faster. Without further ado, I present the OTA links you all know and love.

OTA Update URLs for Currently Supported Nexus Devices

NOTE: Some URLs are not yet available. This post will be updated once those URLs are discovered.

Nexus 6P MDB08L from MDB08K
Nexus 6P MDB08M from MDB08L

Nexus 5X MDB08L from MDB08I
Nexus 5X MDB08M from MDB08L

Nexus 6 MRA58N from MRA58K
Nexus 6 MRA58R from MRA48N

Nexus Player MRA58N from MRA58K

Nexus 9 (LTE) MRA58N from MRA58K
Nexus 9 (Wi-Fi) MRA58N from MRA58K

Nexus 5 (GSM/LTE) MRA58N from MRA58K

Nexus 7 2013 (Wi-Fi) MRA58U from MRA58K
Nexus 7 2013 (Wi-Fi) MRA58V from MRA58U
Nexus 7 2013 (Mobile) MRA58V from MRA58K

Some additional updates were provided for devices with Marshmallow support that are still running Lollipop. This wraps up some loose ends from the OTA updates released last month.

Nexus 7 2013 (Wi-Fi) MRA58V from LMY48T
Nexus 7 2013 (Mobile) MRA58V from LMY48U

The following devices will not be updated to 6.0.0 and instead received only a 5.1.1 update this cycle.

Nexus 10 LMY48X from LMY48T

Devices older than, and including, the Nexus 4 are no longer supported. Please, for the sake of Internet security, upgrade to a newer device!

Best of luck to you and cheers to a continued focus on providing regular, timely security updates!