Google just released the MRA58K Android 6.0 update for its Nexus devices, almost all except the Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and Nexus 7 2012. That means if you own a Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus 7 2013 (WiFi or LTE) or Nexus Player, then you can install Android 6.0 update right away.
Below you will find the download link and installation guide on how to install Android 6.0 update.
- Nexus 5 — Link | File: hammerhead-mra58k-factory-52364034.tgz
- Nexus 6 — Link | File: shamu-mra58k-factory-5b07088c.tgz
- Nexus 9 WiFi — Link | File: volantis-mra58k-factory-cc430962.tgz
- Nexus 9 3G/LTE– Link | File: volantisg-mra58k-factory-de7a6ff6.tgz
- Nexus 7 2013 WiFi — Link | File: razor-mra58k-factory-300dc903.tgz
- Nexus 7 2013 3G — Link | File: razorg-mra58k-factory-7221a6d9.tgz
- Nexus Player — Link | File: fugu-mra58k-factory-61ac65bc.tgz
How to Install
Step 1. Make sure you’ve the proper drivers installed, see here for help.
Step 2. Also make sure you’ve ADB drivers installed and properly working, it’s very important to have this. Click here for help.
Step 3. Unlock bootloader of your Nexus device, if you haven’t done this already. Help is here.
Step 4. Extract the MRA58K update file you downloaded above, using a free software like 7-zip on your PC.
Step 5. Disconnect your Nexus device from PC if it’s connected.
Step 6. Boot your Nexus device into fastboot mode:
- Power off the device.
- Press and hold both Volume Down and Power button together until you see anything on screen. Fastboot should be written at top.
Step 7. Connect your Nexus device to PC now using USB cable.
Step 8. Double click the flash-all.bat file on Windows — it’s in the folder where you extracted all contents of the downloaded file.
- If you’re in Linux or Mac, use this command in terminal: sh ./flash-all.sh
That’s it. Once all files installed, your Nexus device will have the MRA58K build running.
Let us know if you face any difficulty with this.