Amid all news about the Android N Developer Preview rolling out for Nexus devices with factory images and OTA updates, a new firmware update for the Marshmallow has been rolling out for the two Google flagship phones- the Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5X. The update that is available for the two devices will take the firmware build to MHC19I and MHC19J respectively. Here we have the OTA as well as the Full Factory images for the same. It’s Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow based and brings crucial bug fixes and security patches from February. Fixes include performance improvements, Carrier specific bugs, DND bugs, Bluetooth/ WiFi improvements and much more. So download and update Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X to MHC19I, MHC19J Firmware builds.

So if you have no such update notification on your Nexus device, then grab the latest OTA from below. Moreover, for those who have rooted, modified the system heavily or installed a TWRP recovery onto their device, may not be able to update over the air. For that, you will need to flash the full Factory Images and restore it to stock firmware. Take a look at the changelog and downloads from below.

Download OTA & Factory Images for Nexus

Download OTA:

Take a look at how to install OTA updates manually on Nexus devices and also get more OTA update files.

Download Full Factory Images:

Take a look at how to install Factory Images on Nexus devices (or this tutorial) and also get more OTA update files.

Changelog for MHC19I and MHC19J:

Nexus 6P:

  • General device performance
  • DND next alarm disappearing issue
  • Carrier-specific bug fixes
  • Connectivity improvements

Nexus 5X

  • General slow/sluggish performance
  • DND next alarm disappearing issue
  • Bluetooth/WiFi improvements
  • Carrier-specific bug fixes

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