I have a brand new Google Nexus 7 (2013) LTE tablet and first thing I did, was to check if there is any sys update for my device. It was. System reported that 4.3 --> 4.4.2 update is ready to download and install.
However, after updating and hitting button to install, I got
Error message and a droid lying icon. After this my tablet has restarted and reverted back to 4.3.
The strangest part is, that I can't repeat (try to install again), because now my tablet claims, that it is up to date, though it still carries factory 4.3 system version on-board.
Is there any known reason for this behavior (not able to upgrade and then to even re-download update)?
Is there any solution to this problem, except:
- waiting for 4.4.3 or
- manually updating using images?
I am a rather beginner to the Android system, so terms like sideload or update radio/baseband from .84 to .97 says quite nothing to me! :[
EDIT: I read about this (not being able to OTA-upgrate to 4.4.2), but the strange thing is, that most of these sources talks about 59,1 MB upgrade image, while mine was 253,9 MB (five times bigger).
EDIT: I have cleared Google Services Framework cache and data, as suggested by dotVezz in a comment and then I was able to restart download & upgrade to 4.4.2 process. Second attempt ended with success (system upgrated to 4.4.2), so my previous experience seems to be a one-time problem.