Android 5.0 Lollipop came out back in mid November 2014. So, it has been out a couple months as of the writing of this. There are a lot of really annoying bugs in Lollipop like caller ID pictures just refusing to show up, silent mode completely broken, horrible navigation icons, and lock screen no longer locking the phone.
But the worst thing about Lollipop is the CONSTANT memory leakage. I have a Nexus 5 and this shit is out of control and Google hasn’t done shit all to fix it yet. Pre-Lolliflop, my Android devices could quite easily obtain MONTHS of uptime, and reboots were usually just to due something like updating the recovery image or something. In Lolliflop, something is leaking memory at the system level so severely that the phone can’t even make it 2 weeks with out getting so low on useable ram that even the damn keyboard will open, so you have to restart your phone if you even want to just be able to text people again.
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