Samsung Strives to Fix Long Standing Galaxy S5 Issues

by | Samsung Galaxy S5 | May 5th, 2015

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Samsung has decided to fix the long standing Galaxy S5 issues with new inductions.

Though Samsung Galaxy S5 was always in the rank of hot mobiles in the past, there have been some Android Lollipop issues that needed to be resolved. Now the technical team of the company has decided to resolve the issues with the introduction of micro updates.

Galaxy S5 Android Lollipop

The new Samsung updates for the Android 5.0 Lollipop update started appearing late last year. But users from different quarters started complaining about bugs in the Android Lollipop used in Samsung Galaxy S5. It was found that the updates were causing these bugs and this stalled further introduction of the updates in U.K and other parts of Europe for some time. Samsung U.K has now announced that the bugs would be resolved using micro updates.

In their reply to Samsung Galaxy S5 users, the company people said that the company is going to release the Android 5.0.1 updates for their flagship mobile phone of the year 2014. Some of the users reacted to the news saying that they were eagerly waiting for the update as from the date of purchase of Galaxy S5 they were having problems with the Android operating system.

Till introduction of recent updates, Galaxy S5 was using Android 5 Lollipop. A recent report by a user indicates that the monitor light comes on anytime even when not in use and the battery drains out within six hours only even when it is not performing. Wi-Fi is constantly scanning and changing the networks from time to time. All these are too inconvenient for the users.

However Samsung has not yet come up with a clarification about the final version of the updates to be used in Galaxy S5. When they elaborate, it could give peace of mind to many Galaxy S5 users who are stung by the update bugs.

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