Google’s Latest Android Update Already Facing Issues

Google’s latest Android Lollipop update has not officially launched for all Android devices. However issues are already being reported and it appears that there have been problems for users connecting to Wi-Fi networks. Developers started reported the problems in October and the issues have continued since.

Android Lollipop 5.0 Available Now

Apparently the original device that encountered problems was a Nexus 5 and the problem was that after the Wi-Fi network was selected and the password was entered, the device couldn’t actually connect to the network. Even as recently as November 13th problems have been reported.

It appears that the Nexus 6 doesn’t have these issues so is possibly a problem with only the Nexus 5.

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