Okay, so I downloaded the Nexus 4 factory image this morning, unzipped the files and used the simple cmd print of flash-all.bat Everything went off without a hitch and 10 minutes later I had a fresh install of Lollipop on my Nexus 4. Since I did my Nexus 5 yesterday, I decided to try the new 'restore' feature using NFC. It is 'supposed' to transfer app data as well as screen icon arrangement and wallpapers, but it was a big FAIL on app data. Nothing transferred. So iOS is still superior, unless you root and use TiBU or similar CWM. Pretty bummed out by this lack of restore capability. Moving on, the Nexus 4 now on Lollipop and using the new Android RunTime instead of Dalvik is quite a bit zippier, but not nearly as smooth in transition or having animation screens as the Nexus 5, but considering this phone will soon be reaching its 3rd year on the market, I can't complain. It looks great and runs better than I thought it would. If you have a Nexus 4, you will love Lollipop and learn to enjoy your Nexus 4 all over again. I still love the feel of the all glass phone.