Saturday, November 15, 2014

The problem with Wi-Fi in Android 5.0 and the first appearance of Android 5.1 – Computer Information Portal

* Users who installed a preliminary version of the operating system Android 5.0 for developers report identified errors in the connection Wi-Fi. In particular, the problem with connecting to the network are experiencing the Nexus 5, tablet Nexus 7 and 9.

This is the second technical problem is the new version of the mobile system from Google, which is the majority of users have yet to receive. Earlier this month, installed on their smartphones Android Lollipop users have reported excessively rapid battery consumption when operating in networks of Wi-Fi. The reason was the abnormally high frequency of activation of the screen, now corrected this error.

Now Google Android 5.0 begins to spread to a number of models of Nexus, so that soon the problem can become much broader, before it is resolved.

Meanwhile, at the ongoing conference in the Netherlands Devoxx developers already seen version of Android 5.1. Here, Google representatives showed the Nexus 5 running Android Lollipop MR1 (Maintenance Release 1). Earlier versions already existed under this name: Android 2.0 MR1 became Android 2.1, Honeycomb Android 3.0 MR1 in Android 3.1, Android 4.0 MR1 in Android 4.1, and Android 4.3 MR1 in Android 4.4 KitKat.

Android 5.1 will slightly different from the version 5.0 and will continue to be called Lollipop.


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