Google has formally launched Android 5.1 Lollipop following quite a while of teasing. The release concentrates on backing for gimmicks that typically rely upon additional programming to work, for example, different SIM cards (helpful for prepaid administration in nations like China and India) and higher-quality HD voice approaches systems like T-Mobile or Verizon. You can control your Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth gadgets from the quick settings menu, as well.
Then again, the greatest arrangement may be something you’ll ideally never need to utilize: Device Protection. Android 5.1 will give you a chance to oblige a Google account sign-in if your gadget is stolen, regardless of the possibility that it has reset to factory settings. Therefore, a thief can’t just wipe the capacity on your telephone and pawn it off. The peculiarity might be accessible on hardware shipping with Android 5.1 and also the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9; however it could decrease the incentives to swipe your stuff over the long haul.
In this way, when would you be able to get Android 5.1? You may see it coming, contingent upon the gadgets you’re utilizing. T-Mobile USA has effectively indicated that the Nexus 4, 5 and 7 (2013) could get their 5.1 upgrades as of today. It’s sensible to assume that the Nexus 6 and 9 will be a piece of this first wave also. How about other phones? Be patient to hold up because HTC, Samsung and numerous different sellers are as yet completing their 5.0 rollouts, so it could be a while longer before they get up to speed.
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