Samsung to push micro-updates to fix Lollipop issues on various devices

Earlier this month, Samsung accepted the on-going issues on the Galaxy S5 that surfaced after the Lollipop update. Samsung’s UK subsidiary has promised to roll out micro-updates in order to fix the Lollipop issues.

The UK subsidiary also stated that micro-updates are under development for many other Samsung devices that are facing similar issues after the Lollipop update. Samsung’s UK subsidiary revealed the information in the form of a reply on its Twitter feed (above).

Many Samsung devices are facing similar issues post the Lollipop update, and Samsung has also suggested many users to put their device on factory reset in order to fix the bugs. The company also said that,“other users have found factory reset helpful in resolving issues.” We hope that these updates will not just be limited to UK, as the users in India and other regions are also facing performance lag after the update.

All being said, Samsung has not revealed a set timeline for these micro-updates that are dubbed to resolve Lollipop issues on its devices. Are you facing any issue on your Samsung device? Let us know in the comment section below.

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3 Comments on "Samsung to push micro-updates to fix Lollipop issues on various devices"

 

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Raghuram
May 12, 2015 11:47 pm 11:47 PM

very sorry to see why Samsung is not bothered in providing Lollipop to SAMSUNG S3? There are other phones in 1 GB RAM whose phone are upgraded to LOLLIPOP. Pl request Samsung to see that S3 gets updated to Lollipop.

haresh
May 12, 2015 8:25 pm 8:25 PM

This is very shameful to self that we not able to get lollipop android version on note2 worth 30k and low range of 5 6k handset getting the same . What is the meaning of taking higher amount device?????

Nishal Joseph
May 12, 2015 6:58 pm 6:58 PM
Obviously Zara…. All gullible Indians have had to face this shit and are facing it throughout… which Samsung company as though as a patriarchal, long gone right tries to impose on its handset users…… This company is all about big talks and no show…. They had enough of time to test this major upgrade before releasing it commercially…. Being an S4 user, I updated it on and around the 18-19th of March ’15, 8 days after it was released… Since then, there is major memory leak issues ( I had around 5 GB onboard memory before the 5.0.1 lollipop upgrade… Read more »
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