Just few days back , Google said that Android Lollipop update will start rolling out, but there was no news of any devices getting the update till now. It seems it is delay due to a Wi-Fi bug in the software build.
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Android Lollipop update delayed due to Wi-Fi bug
As i have heard from Android Police site, the update is delayed due to a Wi-Fi bug that drained battery in Nexus 5 smartphones. Google’s Issue Tracker site says that the bug has been fixed, so we will get update very soon. But Android Police site say that Google have made a plan to release Android lolipop update for Nexus devices that is Nexus 4, Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 on 12 November 2014.
Android L is capable to run on any low memory devices which has 512 MB RAM, which means any low end devices can run Lollipop packed with whole lot of features.
It has also promised that the update will come for Moto X First and second generation Moto X , the First and second generation Moto G, and the Moto E, as well as the older DROID Ultra, DROID Maxx and DROID Mini, although there’s no exact date for release yet.
You can even check List of Devices to Get Android L Update soon
But yes, it is Best to have a Android Lollipop update delay, than to get an update with lots of bugs.
Most likely, Google will fix its bugs finished soon and start rolling out the Android Lollipop update for all Nexus owners who have been waiting since Google I/O.
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