Android 5.1.1 Problems
Android 5.1.1 problems have already started to plague owners of select Nexus devices. The Android 5.1.1 Lollipop roll out is still very young but we’re already starting to see negative feedback from users who have installed Google’s brand new software, software that’s supposed to help, not hurt, the Lollipop experience.
Nexus 7 2012 users are complaining about horrible lag after making the move to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. Nexus users are also complaining about broken applications including Gmail problems, Android 5.1.1 installation problems that some users have been able to fix with a factory reset, a problem with the GUI,tricky issues with internal memory, problems with Google Music another app that was causing problems for users with Android 5.1, and the usual smattering of battery drain complaints.
It’s important to note that most of these problems appear to be very isolated. It’s also important to know that we could see Android 5.1.1 problems pick up as we push deeper into Google’s roll out. Keep these in mind before you install the update on day one.
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