Nexus 6P factory images now available [Download]

Google just released the factory images for Nexus 6P, and they come with with build MDA89D and MDB08K. You can download them right away and keep a copy of one of these images as backup on your PC for later use if you plan to buy a Nexus 6P.

Factory images come really handy when your device is soft-brick. When looking to fix a soft-bricked device, it’s simple to recover them by flashing the facotry image, which comes with a one-click installation.

Find the links to download the Nexus 6P factory images below. The build are of course based on Android 6.0, also called Marshmallow.


  • MDA89D — Link
  • MDB08K — Link

For a guide on installation, look below. This allows you to get the Nexus 6P back to stock, including stock recovery.

How to Install

Step 1. Make sure you’ve the proper USB driver installed. See here for help.

Step 2. Also make sure you’ve ADB driver installed and properly working, it’s very important to have this. Click here for help.

Step 3. Unlock bootloader of your Nexus device, if you haven’t done this already. Help is here.

Step 4. Extract the factory image file you downloaded above, using a free software like 7-zip on your PC. You should get flash-all.bat file. If not, then extract again.

Step 5. Disconnect your Nexus device from PC if it’s connected.

Step 6. Boot your Nexus device into bootloader/fastboot mode:

  • Power off the device.
  • Press and hold both Volume Down and Power button together until you see anything on screen. Fastboot should be written at top.

Step 7. Connect your Nexus device to PC now using USB cable.

Step 8. Double click the flash-all.bat file on Windows — it’s in the folder where you extracted all contents of the downloaded file.

  • If you’re in Linux or Mac, use this command in terminal: sh ./

That’s it. Once all files installed, your Nexus device will have the MRA58K build running.

Let us know if you face any difficulty with this.

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