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Google is working on fix for memory problems Android 5.0
Google has confirmed that there is a problem in Android 5.0 that causes the operating system absorbs too much memory. Therefore faced with applications that users themselves close or even crash.
On the forums of Google runs for some time a discussion thread about the memory problems. The Internet giant has the problem been given the status of “Future Release”, which it says it will fix the problems. The cause of the problem has also been detected, but when the fix comes out is nevertheless unclear.
The problem is present in Android 5.0, but most seem to occur when users have their device upgraded to version 5.0.1. For now this version of the mobile OS runs primarily on Nexus devices are equipped with software by Google. Users report that the operating system uses very much ram. The memory leak causes open applications are allocated less space.
One result is that open applications themselves quickly close because there is too little memory left to keep them open in the background. Users also reported crashing applications. From uploaded data show that the Android system uses more than 1GB of RAM, in many cases, while normally not yet half.
Android 5.0.1 was intended to bring a number of bug fixes to the OS that were introduced with the release of version 5. Google introduced Android 5.0 include a new design and several improvements under the hood. According to rumors, is already being worked on version 5.1, which should appear within a few months. Probably there’s another incremental update to fix the memory problems.Viewing:-196
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