Android Lollipop has memory leak bug; will be resolved in future release

Past several weeks has been a depressed experience for some of the Android users who suffered the tarnished memory leak bug in the Android Lollipop. But now the Android Lollipop users can breathe easy as Google has finally came to their rescue and resolved the problem which they were facing for quite sometime. The famous smartphones operating system fixed the memory leak issue which was plaguing users.

Nexus users were complaining of a memory leak bug after a recently update with the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop. Nexus was the first to get the software upgrade. This bug was killing open apps and causing the home screen of their devices to reload constantly.

Thanks to Google which came to the rescue and addressed the issue. Google found a way of fixing the problem and has resolved the issue. It will be part of the future Android Lollipop Release but Google has not yet revealed when it will be rolled out to public. It means that Google would likely push out an update soon that might bring bug fixes affected users’ way.

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The bug caused alot of memory leak problems to several Nexus devices ranging from the Nexus 7 (2013 model).The Nexus 4 and the Nexus 5 were among the affected devices as well. Nexus devices were eating up more than 1.2GB of RAM even though the normal usage is 500MB.

After the bug caused the apps and causing it to crash and leak RAM, users were in a serious difficulty. Users were looking towards the Google to resolve their issue. The users were in serious frustration and wanted the Google to look upon this matter.

But now the Good news is that the memory leak bug in Android lollipop, will officially be fixed in a future Android update. “In a future” means we can expect it in upcoming time in Android 5.0.2 3. We cannot give any timeline of this update so the users just have to wait and watch and pray for new Android lollipop to come soon.

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