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    Has anyone gotten the JSS15Q update?

    Still waiting here. It's 'supposed' to fix the touchscreen and freezing.

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    I forced it by clearing cache & data in Google Services Framework.

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    Did it a couple times already. No dice..

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    It's now been posted online, so worst case, make your backups and run flash-all.

    https://developers.google.com/androi...s/images#razor

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    Yep, both the complete image and the OTA.
    These things are so flaky that I'm trying to play by the book.
    No sideloading, no unlocking, no nothing until I see that they've either succeeded or failed at the touch/freeze/reboot remedies.
    If this is going back to them it's going to be because they failed miserably at development and QC.
    I shouldn't have to 'fix' a $270 piece of hardware that's 2 weeks old.
    I have an N7 2012, that's all tricked out for fun.
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    Hi:

    My Nexus 7 2012 got the update yesterday but no love for my Nexus 7 2013 in San Francisco yet. I've cleared cache and data in Google Services Framework several times with no luck. Asus generally rolls out updates from East to West but who knows how Google chooses device order. It's rolling out very slowly and there's nothing to do but wait.

    Tom

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    Northern NJ here, so they might have changed their pattern..

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    Quote Originally Posted by danvee View Post
    Northern NJ here, so they might have changed their pattern..
    Hi:

    Google updates are definitely different than Asus ones. For whatever it‘s worth, I got the OTA update a few hours ago, who knows why I got it before or after anyone else. I did clear cache and data from Google Services Framework and force stop. I don't think it brings the update to anyone when not yet available, based on hardware, serial number, tarrot cards, the I-Ching or who knows what Google uses to determine update order in OTA updates. That being said, once the update is finally available to you, clearing Google Services Framework will prompt the update to download.

    I didn't have touch screen or GPS issues so I haven't seen much difference. I'll be curious if it fixes any of the blue tooth keyboard issues.

    Tom

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    I don't recall that being mentioned, but, it might just be a 'happy accident'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mujibar View Post
    I forced it by clearing cache & data in Google Services Framework.
    Got mine by doing this here in Florida. Updating now...
    ..::Devices::..
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    Nexus 7 (Gen 1) (Retired)
    Nexus 7 (Gen 2)- Back from ASUS with Stock with Lollipop 5.0.1!!!
    Verizon Moto X - Stock with KitKat 4.4.4!!!

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