Android 5.0.1 released; fixes inadvertent factory reset bug


It seems like every big software release is quickly followed up by a bug fix update, and it looks like that’s what Google has just pushed out to AOSP and the Nexus image page . Android 5.0.1 is the latest version of Lollipop, and is now available for select devices. On the factory images page, there are downloads for the Wi-Fi Nexus 9 , Wi-Fi Nexus 7 (2013) , and the Nexus 10 , and we’re expecting updates for the rest of the Nexus devices soon. Google hasn’t said anything official about the update, but Peter Kiddier, an intrepid commenter  over at Android Police , has picked out the new commits from the source code. The major showstopper looks to be this bug , which, in some instances, could cause stray input on the lock screen to erase everything on the device. Read 5 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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Android 5.0.1 released; fixes inadvertent factory reset bug


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