Google has begun rolling out the latest version of its Lollipop operating system to a few new Android devices this week, including the Nexus 4, Nexus 5 and Nexus 9 tablet with LTE capabilities. If you own any of these devices, you should be able to download the 5.1.1 update over-the-air in the coming days, but we’ve included direct links below if you’d rather not wait.

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Android Police points out that Nexus 9 owners will need to ensure that their tablets are updated to Android 5.0.2 before moving on to the latest version. Be sure to read the instructions on Android Police before attempting to apply the update yourself.

According to the update message, Android 5.1.1 “improves performance and stability and fixes bugs,” so if you were expecting any major renovations, you’re out of luck. Still, bug fixes are never a bad thing.

Here are the download links for each version of the update:

We’ll be keeping an eye out for more Android 5.1.1 updates in the coming weeks.

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