Android Mascots At The Google I/O Developers Conference
Android mascots are lined up in the demonstration area at the Google I/O Developers Conference in the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, May 10, 2011. Reuters/Beck Diefenbach

Google's two new software patches have been released as Android 5.0.1 and Android 5.0.2 Lollipop updates. The roll out for the first patch has been ongoing for the last few weeks but it has yet to reach all devices. The second version, on other hand, has been spotted for the Nexus 7 model but no additional information about widespread release.

First and second generation Moto G handsets are reportedly in line to finish the 5.0.1 rollout. According to Android Geeks, the Android 5.01 firmware will not bring major changes to the product line but it remains a crucial component to fix problems in the original OS. However, user may have to wait until Motorola can release the full details are there is no official changelog published yet. Motorola has not confirmed the schedules for the rollout rather a number of users are speculating over it.

In a scenario reported by Android Geeks, some users claimed to have received the update through system version 220.21.25 for the first generation Moto G. This is based on the build version LXB22.46-25. The Moto G 2nd generation, on other hand, runs with system version 22.21.25 based on build number LXB22.46-25. The update should take up around 50MB so users are advised to free the necessary space.

As for the Android 5.0.2 update, Gotta Be Mobile noted that it is still available for selected Nexus users. In fact, the Android 5.0.2 have been spotted on the Nexus 7 2012 edition. A factory image showed up last Friday possibly hinting that the fix may be for the Nexus 7 variant only according to Android Police. Google has not provided official details about the update. However, for people who are curious about the changelog, Funky Android published a list comparing the differences of LRX22C and LRX22G.

According to the list, the Nexus WiFi edition may be up for four changes with two more for a device by the name 'Tilapia.' This is also known as the Nexus 7 2012 mobile edition.