Thursday , October 19 2017

LG Nexus 5X Factory image now available to download

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LG’s Nexus 5X went on-sale in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, India, Korea, and Japan from US$379 just yesterday. Carphone Warehouse in the UK began selling the phones on Friday last week, and day one pre-orders from the Google Store in the US have begun shipping. As the phones are in the wild now, Google has made the decision to unleash the factory images for the phones.

The Nexus 5X factory images – and the associated Binaries – are now available to download from the Nexus Factory Images page on the Google Developers site.

There’s three variants available for ‘Bullhead’, which are at this stage unlabelled. It’s possible, given the history with the Nexus 6, different builds for Project Fi, or several of the US based carriers. The builds are all based on Android 6.0 and carry build version # MDA89E, MDA89F and MDB08I.

“bullhead” for Nexus 5X

Version

Download

MD5 Checksum

SHA-1 Checksum

6.0.0 (MDA89E)

Link

1da307ca29aac7fab620c463fc936a94

29247942177a9a083548c6a95e60c3547199665b

6.0.0 (MDA89F)

Link

bfd011e365b6a4ee23df1e26f35b67bb

08c99420af428db4de2004fbb2394662d07b9d05

6.0.0 (MDB08I)

Link

d1c8f63a4e449868d533c324c79b615e

64536fcf713b219acf18a23157fa0d253ed2f059

If you want to download them and sift through the build head over to the Nexus Factory Images page and pick your build.

 
Source: Nexus Factory Images Page.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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