Usually major software updates are followed by a smaller bump offering bug fixes and offering to press out those early issues, and with Google’s Android 5.0 having presented users with a significant feature overhaul, the Search G has begun rolling out the Android 5.0.1, the very latest treatment of Lollipop. This new build produced to cover the Nexus 7, Nexus 9 and the Nexus 10, and below, and with full details we have got the relevant details concerning what has been changed.
Android 5.0.1 has just been added to AOSP as build LRX22C, which is now showing up on only the 2013 Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi), Nexus 9 (WiFi) and Nexus 10, but we’d anticipate that the rest of the Nexus family will imminently be added to the AOSP list.
A small but major bug in the Android 5.0 system has caused accidental or minor lock screen input to erase a device’s entire content. So it requires a combination of prerequisites to be present and we can only presume that it has affected a small number of users, with that said, no one should expect to lose all of their content through a bug in the system.
If this bug affecting you, then you would need to enable the security feature that proceeds to wipe a device when the lock screen security measure has been incorrectly entered a certain amount of times. You lose your device with all of your personal data on it, but not so useful if your smartphone is in your pocket and every single tap on the display is registered as a failed attempt.
Remedy is required at the far moment, and Google pushed its already. Android 5.0.1 is now the fixer, though, along with a video playback bug that affected those running the 2013 Nexus 7 (WiFi).
Android Wear rumored to be getting its Lollipop update alongside Android 5.0.1, sp that’s something to look at, and if you are familiar with the procedures, then you can get flashing this latest Android build on your Nexus 7, 9, or 10. The OTA update should hit your smartphones in the very near future.
In order to start flashing firmware, you may well be adverse to – then keep an eye out for that release in the coming days and weeks.
Be careful while rooting your Android device and even flashing as well.