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Android 5.1 Has Bug Fixes, No New Features

by John Nieves  February 17, 2015

Android 5.1

Wondering what Google has in store for Android 5.1?

One of the most surprising things about the local Android One launch earlier today wasn’t the phones, but the OS powering it – both the Cherry Mobile One and MyPhone Uno ran Android Lollipop 5.1 on them, which has had Android enthusiasts scratching their heads for a very good reason – Google has not officially announced a new Android version, and has not published a changelog for the said version.

We got to talk with one of the executives of the local brands that teamed up with Google for Android One, and he said that there is no new features with Android 5.1. The new version basically corrects some of the bugs in Android 5.0 – annoying things like the lack of a mute feature, unstable WiFi and so on, which is probably the reason why the company hasn’t announced the changelog for it as of yet.

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    […] OK, so the first time we thought heard about Android “M” it really turned out to be a big misunderstanding, but the name has popped up yet again. Philippine press was treated to the launch of Android One today, and it brought two affordable phones that ship with Android 5.1 Lollipop (which Google still has yet to comment on, but mostly seems to be a big bug fixer more than anything else). […]

    […] OK, so the first time we thought heard about Android “M” it really turned out to be a big misunderstanding, but the name has popped up yet again. Philippine press was treated to the launch of Android One today, and it brought two affordable phones that ship with Android 5.1 Lollipop (which Google still has yet to comment on, but mostly seems to be a big bug fixer more than anything else). […]

    […] OK, so the first time we thought heard about Android “M” it really turned out to be a big misunderstanding, but the name has popped up yet again. Philippine press was treated to the launch of Android One today, and it brought two affordable phones that ship with Android 5.1 Lollipop (which Google still has yet to comment on, but mostly seems to be a big bug fixer more than anything else). […]

    […] OK, so the first time we thought heard about Android “M” it really turned out to be a big misunderstanding, but the name has popped up yet again. Philippine press was treated to the launch of Android One today, and it brought two affordable phones that ship with Android 5.1 Lollipop (which Google still has yet to comment on, but mostly seems to be a big bug fixer more than anything else). […]

    […] OK, so the first time we thought we heard about Android “M” it really turned out to be a big misunderstanding, but the name has popped up yet again. Philippine press was treated to the launch of Android One today, and it brought a handful of affordable phones that ship with Android 5.1 Lollipop (which Google still has yet to comment on, but mostly seems to be a big bug fixer more than anything else). […]

    […] OK, so the first time we thought we heard about Android “M”[1] it really turned out to be a big misunderstanding, but the name has popped up yet again. Philippine press was treated to the launch of Android One today[2], and it brought a handful of affordable phones that ship with Android 5.1 Lollipop[3] (which Google still has yet to comment on, but mostly seems to be a big bug fixer more than anything else[4]). […]

    […] OK, so the first time we thought we heard about Android “M” it really turned out to be a big misunderstanding, but the name has popped up yet again. Philippine press was treated to the launch of Android One today, and it brought a handful of affordable phones that ship with Android 5.1 Lollipop (which Google still has yet to comment on, but mostly seems to be a big bug fixer more than anything else). […]

    […] OK, so the first time we thought we heard about Android “M” it really turned out to be a big misunderstanding, but the name has popped up yet again. Philippine press was treated to the launch of Android One today, and it brought a handful of affordable phones that ship with Android 5.1 Lollipop (which Google still has yet to comment on, but mostly seems to be a big bug fixer more than anything else). […]

    We bought CM ONE, how do you fix the issue you cant write a new folder or delete files on the external sd card while in phone? you can only modifile the files by placing it in an adapter on a PC.

    […] OK, so the first time we thought we heard about Android “M” it really turned out to be a big misunderstanding, but the name has popped up yet again. Philippine press was treated to the launch of Android One today, and it brought a handful of affordable phones that ship with Android 5.1 Lollipop (which Google still has yet to comment on, but mostly seems to be a big bug fixer more than anything else). […]

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