The latest of Android is the version 5.1, but it also hasn’t been successful in fixing the memory leak bug, which was introduced to most Android users through Lollipop 5.0. Android 5.1 was released mainly to fix issues that came with v5.0 but this one is still unattended. It seems that a next upgrade to the existing v5.1 of Android is on its way and it hopefully fixes this major memory leak issue.
Android SDK Platform 5.1.1 has been spotted in the SDK Manager and this shows that Google has intentions of releasing an upgrade to the existing version of Lollipop to fix (most of) the issues the users are facing. The code isn’t yet on AOSP but it is anticipated that Google might be in the final stages of testing the revision and will be out to the public soon.
Is your Android device facing the Memory leak problem?
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