Update the relevant Windows drivers using the Google USB driver we downloaded earlier. Perhaps the easiest way to do this is to launching Device Manager from Control Panel, right-click on the Android device entry and choose Update Driver Software. Opt to Browse my computer for driver software when the option appears to point the installer to the driver package you've saved from the Web. With these steps done you're ready to launch the Android SDK and begin installing the Android L software on your device. Installing Android L The interface of the Android SDK Kit can appear overwhelming at firstit's aimed at app developers, after all. Thankfully, you don't have to delve too far into itselect everything in the top Tools section, then click the Install button. You can now turn your attention to the system image you've downloaded for the Nexus 5 or Nexus 7 The .tgz archive file you've saved to disk holds another archive file in the .tar format. Use a tool such as 7-Zip to extract the individual files in this second archive to the platform-tools folder contained within the location where you've placed the SDK kit. http://7-zipdownload.us These files include the device image itself and the routines required to install it.
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