How To Fix Android Lollipop Performance Problem

Android Lollipop Performance Problem
Android Lollipop Performance Problem

Android 5.0 Lollipop update is now the latest news to the android market and most of the android users who received the update, are enjoying the new features. You can take advantages of the new features, but at the same time you might get ended up with several issues on your phone as a lot of users who have installed the update manually or received the update are troubling with several issues such as cellular data connection problem, wifi issue etc. With all these, another most faced issue by users is Android Lollipop Performance Problem..

This problem is mainly occurring on Nexus 7 2012. However, in this post I will tell you some possible fixes for Android Lollipop Performance Problem, and you can try them to fix it.

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Android Lollipop Performance Problem
Android Lollipop Performance Problem

Potential Fixes for Android Lollipop Performance Problem

> Press the Volume Down button and Power button and hold them until something other than Google appears on the screen.

> At the top side of the screen, you will get to see a large arrow sign.

> Keep tapping Volume Down until ‘Recovery’ is visible in the arrow. Then touch the Power button.

> You will see an android on its back, chest open with an exclamation mark and a red triangle.

> When you are holding the Power button, touch the Volume Up once and then release the Power button.

> At the top of the phone screen, a list of items will be displayed.

> Highlight wipe the cache partition option tapping the Volume Down button. Now touch Power button to initiate.

> You will see the status message at the bottom side when the process is completed. It may take 10-15 minutes, so be patient. Restart the phone when the process is finished.

This fix will work for all Nexus devices but if still the problem persists, perform a factory reset. Performing a factory reset is little tough but is works like miracle.

 

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  1. I’ve tried them all. None work.. I’ve been on the phone with Google. all I get is different stories. Ranging from they don’t know to the release is being pushed. One told me the SW is the same for the 2013 and 2012…. Not true…
    I was even told to contact Asus… Which I did… and for $100.00 they will bring me back to Kit-Kat…Google is responsible to fix this problem, They pushed the update and therefore are responsible to make the users whole again. So far, they have ignored their responsibility.
    Time to make the accountable.

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