The June 2017 Security Patch level for various Google Pixel and Nexus series Android smartphone have been updated officially on the developer portal. The new security patch updates are based on the latest Android 7.1.1 Nougat. This means the next Android O Beta updates are coming soon which could be termed as the Developer Preview 3. The Android Security Bulletin for June 2017 has also been made available.

It comes with numerous bug fixes, features, and general performance optimization. You will also see some stability improvements. The OTA files and Factory images have been listed below. We have also listed installation post links. Unfortunately, the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 devices are officially out of support for the Android 7.1.2. However, the devices continue to receive the next security updates. As for the previous phones like Nexus 5, 7, and 4, the updates are done with. You may also like to install custom ROMS based on Android 7.1.2 Nougat like Lineage OS 14.1, Resurrection Remix, and Paranoid Android.

How to install official June 2017 security updates?

Google Pixel and Pixel XL June security patch factory images:

7.1.2 (NHG47N, Jun 2017, NHG47N) Pixel (XL)
7.1.2 (NJH34C, Jun 2017, Deutsche Telekom) Pixel (XL)
7.1.2 (NJH47B, Jun 2017) Pixel (XL)
7.1.2 (NKG47L, Jun 2017, T-Mobile, Fi carriers, and Rogers) Pixel (XL)
  • Google Pixel C – 7.1.2 (N2G47W, Jun 2017)
  • Nexus 6P – 7.1.2 (N2G47W, Jun 2017)
  • Nexus 5X – 7.1.2 (N2G47W, Jun 2017)
  • Nexus 6 – 7.1.1 (N6F27E, Jun 2017)
  • Nexus Player – 7.1.2 (N2G47X, Jun 2017)
  • Nexus 9 WiFi – 7.1.1 (N9F27C, Jun 2017)
  • Nexus 9 LTE – 7.1.1 (N4F27E, Jun 2017)

Download repository for June 2017 security updates:

Go to Settings>System Updates and download and install the OTA updates. Alternatively, you can download the OTA zip files and full factory images and flash them manually. The OTA updates can be installed via Stock Recovery or via ADB sideload method.

Factory images, on the other hand, need the fastboot method to flash. See how to install Factory Images on Nexus devices (or go to this tutorial ). You may also like to root Android Nougat on Nexus and Google Pixel XL.

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