Finally, the nexus device users are going to get the final version of Android 7 Nougat as it is out of the developer preview version now. So, if you are using any of the Nexus devices such as Nexus 6, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus 5X and are a part of the Android beta program, then the update is ready for you to install and download in the device.
However, those who have not joined yet the beta program can receive the update over the air.
Here is how to get the final version of Android 7.0 Nougat on your Nexus device. First of all install the Android SDK which contains all the setup. The next job is to test ADB. This is done to check if it can find out your device. To do so, go to the developer settings to enable USB Debugging option. Now plug in your Nexus device in the computer and open the command prompt window to type there ‘adb devices’. It will present a pop-up in your Nexus device providing the computer a permission to connect through adb. Just hit on that and you will be good to go.
Once the computer is connected to the nexus device, nest step is to unlock the bootloader. For that first turn off the device by pressing down the power and Volume down button and open the command prompt window to type “fastboot oem unlock”. You phone will seek permission for it. Allow and let it be completed which will erase all the data, so take a backup beforehand. Next type ‘fastboot reboot’. Now get an appropriate factory image from the Android developer website for your device. Then boot your Nexus device back up and type ‘ flash-all.bat’ and it will flash all the required components in your device. Once completed boot the phone and get started with the new Android OS.