Android Lollipop OS is one of the most awaited OS update for smartphone users so far, and it has got some brilliant stuff with it too. But looks like the latest of Android Lollipop hasn’t been doing quite well.
Users of the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop OS have been reporting a bug in the system that kills all the open apps and reloads the home screen many a time, all by itself!
Through the Google’s Android Issue Tracker, it is known that this bug has been affecting the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7(2013) devices. The major problem of this bug is that, in some cases this has been eating up to 1.25GB of RAM where the normal case would be around 500 MB. This, in turn, can reduce the device’s performance as well.
Well, the happy news is that, with users constantly complaining about this bug in Android 5.0.1, Google has said that there is a fix coming to address this issue and it would happen when it rolls out the next software update for these devices.
Since Android 5.0.2 Lollipop OS is already out for Nexus 7(2012), and it seems like a device-specific update only, since it has not received Android 5.0.1 Lollipop, the next update to address this bug with many other improvements can be expected as a part of Android 5.0.3 update.
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