Android 5.1 Lollipop update for select devices released. Complete details on features and everything you need to know can be found right here.
Three months since its release, Android 5.0 Lollipop is running on almost less than 0.1% of devices which received the update, says Google itself. For those who have been following Android closely since it was first released, this news shouldn't be too surprising. More on this right after the jump.
You can now download official Android 5.0.1 Lollipop factory image for LG made Google Nexus 5. Instructions along with direct download link can be found at the foot of the post.
Here’s how you can download and test drive Android 5.0 Lollipop on your Windows PC. Complete steps on how to set it up can be found right here.
Android 5.0.1 Lollipop factory image download files have been released for Nexus 7, 9, and Nexus 10. Here are the direct download links for the update.
Google's Nexus 6 is a very large, very Motorola device in terms of design, but away from the finish, the powerful underbelly and the slick general performance, its Android Lollipop software does include one or two intriguing new quirks of its own. Notably, it bundles full-disk encryption as standard, a feature that cannot be disabled on any Lollipop device without flashing a new ROM, and while this isn't necessarily a bad thing, some new benchmark readings suggest that the negative impact on performance is considerable.
Here's a complete tutorial on how to download and install Android 5.0 Lollipop final version on Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10. More details can be found right here.
Android's latest mobile software, dubbed Lollipop, is, if you'll excuse the terrible pun, the word on everybody's lips right now, but despite the numerous features having been refined and deemed ready for prime time, the typically cumbersome roll-out has since ensued. If you're an Android user, it's very likely that you'll be waiting a while before you can indulge in this new version 5.0, but if you happen to be in ownership of a Nexus, then you won't be left hanging for quite as long. Indeed, along with the earlier release of factory images for a spate of Nexus smartphones and tablets, the system image for the Nexus 4 is now in the wild, and if you're still in possession of this antiquated handset, then you can now… wait for it… get flashing!