Lollipop 5.0.1 Update Shows Up in Factory Images: Fixes Minor Bugs

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After the roll-out of the Google's Android Lollipop update, users faced major issues in their devices which affected their device performance. Some of them included Wi-Fi bug, some were SMS bug, battery issue, lagging, crashing, the app switcher bug and others.

Lollipop 5.0.1 Update Shows Up in Factory Images: Fixes Minor Bugs

To cater to the issues, Google is now preparing itself to launch the updated Lollipop 5.0.1which has already been pushed to Android Open Source Project (AOSP), with a build number LRX22C on Android 5.0.1 release. Adding to that factory images of Android 5.0.1 for Wi-Fi has also been sent to AOSP.

According to reports, Android Lollipop 5.0.1 factory images for the Wi-Fi only variant were seen for the Nexus 7 (2013), Nexus 9, and Nexus 10. As there is not enough information about what this update would bring, it is said to contain the minor bugs which were left out in Lollipop 5.0.

Android Lollipop:

Android L or Android Lollipop which is the updated version of Android KitKat has brought some impressive changes. Firs change which has to be mentioned in Lollipop is the refreshing notification system. It allows the users to see the notification in the lock screen and heads up notification are displayed like banners on the top of the screen.

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Further, there is do-not-disturb feature also added in the notification bar. It also used the three dimensional stack of card like design to represent the application.

Lollipop update also focuses on battery optimization, which includes battery saver mode, job scheduling and a new developer tool called Battery Historian which tracks the battery consumption by the apps.

As of now, we are waiting for the complete information. However, expect details to emerge in coming few weeks.

Until then stay tuned to GizBot for further updates!

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