Updating device content
Auto Register: This is when you add the device in your account first and then power up your device. Manual Register: This is where you start your device and then register the device to a your web account.After creating a web account go to the Device tab and then add device. It requires two parameters "name" and "Serial Number". When you start the device which is not yet registered with any account, the device prompts you to enter username and password."Name" can be anything you like and "Serial Number" is the number found at the back of the device. The User Name and password are the same as your web account.Once the information is entered, the device is registered with the account.Android devices in the field can receive and install over-the-air (OTA) updates to the system and application software.Devices have a special recovery partition with the software needed to unpack a downloaded update package and apply it to the rest of the system.You can find the "QUICK LINKS" menu on the right side, where you can download useful documentations and how-to guides.
This section describes the OTA system as of the Android 5.x release.For help porting OTA-related code from older releases, see Migrating from previous releases.The flash space on an Android device typically contains the following partitions.Contains system applications and libraries that have source code available on Android Open Source Project (AOSP).During normal operation, this partition is mounted read-only; its contents change only during an OTA update.