Google Nexus 9 Is Updated to the Latest Version of Lollipop

Google completes the rollout of the latest Android version for its Nexus portfolio with an update for Nexus 9.

Google rolls in these days the newest Lollipop-Edition out to owners of Google’s Nexus 9-tablet which is created in cooperation with HTC.

Thus, the entire portfolio of supported devices updated to the latest Google software, which saw the light of day for 2 months ago.

You can update the Tablet from version 5.0.2 Lollipop to the latest 5.1.1 Lollipop, which corrects several critical errors with Nexus 9.

For only a week ago launched the Google for deployment from version 5.0.1 to 5.0.2, and besides being a minimal step in relation to today’s update, as people expected, so also on the major problems. More experienced, in fact, that destroyed the software update completely-also known as a soft brick.

Therefore, Google has probably slowed up a bit in order to send out today’s update only a week after that seems to have gone smoothly so far.

 

What’s new in Android 5.1

The primary purpose of Android 5.1 is to rectify the many small bugs and instabilities that have sprung up as a result of the big shift from Android 4.4.4 Kitkat to 5.0.1 Lollipop.

A well-known problem is one that goes under the name “memery leak”, where an unnecessarily large amount of system RAM (memory) accumulate over time, which dulls the device down. The inform version 5.1.1 up on to a large extent, although some people still report less RAM problems.

The latest version also brings little news as support for 2 SIM cards, if the hardware makes use of this.There are also HD Voice for crystal clear conversation quality built into Android, if the phones and telecommunications companies from supporting the technology.

 

Android 5.1.1 offers many other minor changes, as the mobile site has collected in a complete overview.