Android Lollipop still not perfected

The Android 5.0 Lollipop update has rolled out to the Google Nexus 5, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, and Nexus 10 devices all around the globe, but the release of Lollipop has also come with a number of bugs and error messages for some.
Here is a sneak peak on a few of them.
SMS Bug : The bug is affecting certain mobile carriers including and it prevents users from sending SMS messages.
Broken Video Playback : Nexus 7 2012 users are complaining about broken video playback and sluggish performance.
Flashlight Bug : If you leave the flashlight on for a while, like if you’re struggling to find your keys in the dark and it automatically times out, then both the flashlight and camera will be busted until you do a reboot.
App Switcher Bug : If users swipe away all cards, then go back into recent apps, Android L will randomly grab a card from a recent app.
No easy Silent Mode Toggle: Sadly, these are ”improvements” rather than problems. You can’t simply volume down to silent mode (only to vibrate), there’s no options other than Power Off when you long press the Power button

So its time that we wait for the bugs to be fixed and some tweaks done on the user interface and make it more friendlier, till then no Lollipop for me. Are you willing to upgrade or would rather wait it out. Please let us know in the comments below.


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