Android L fix the Goolge Nexus 5 battery problem

Android L fix the Goolge Nexus 5 battery problem

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<p style=The cause of this error was directly related to the application Skype, since according to a Google manager, the continuous updates of the application interfere with the proper functioning of the process named above.

Google, due to the continuous complaints of the users of its terminal, tried to end to this problem with the update of firmwareto the version 4.4.3, but despite this, there is still a large number of users in which this problem persists, although many others have already seen it solved thanks to the update.

But with the arrival of Android L the situation changes, since the problem has been included in the AOSP Tracker list as a future version, with which Google will end this reason problem with the new version of your operating system. Nor can we forget that Google announced that Android L will ensure a better battery consumption, increasing its autonomy by 36%, with regard to the battery of its favorite terminal, the great “G” has done a good job.

And you, users of Google Nexus 5? Has this battery drain problem affected you? Have you seen it solved?