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  1. Lou Erdelyi's Avatar
    I have a Nexus 7 2012 edition.

    Let me tell you something, now that I have been using 5.0.2 for a while. Don't get it. It is the worst OS update I have seen in 20 years programming and using Computers.

    I am researching how to put 4.4.4 back. I would recommend to anyone not to get Lollipop unless you want a device that crashes and is laggy and makes you truly feel you have hardware that was bought 10 years ago.

    I am very, very disappointed with the performance of the OS. And yes I realize that I am running on hardware from 2012.

    It's so bad I have now words to describe it. I own a Galaxy S5 as well and at first I was looking forward to getting Lollipop on all my devices but now I will avoid getting it for my S5.

    It truely makes me wish I had an iPhone 4 right about now which would still out perform this steaming piece of metal i have now. Truly sad that after such hype about the "update" google is not just taking one step but 3 back.

    I won't bore anyone with the details as this thread is not about the issues lollipop has but if anyone is interested let me know and i can tell you what the issues have been.
    Bobby Swann likes this.
    01-19-2015 11:17 PM
  2. starkover's Avatar
    Well I just got 5.0.2 on my 2013 Nexus 7 OTA. 15 min ago.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    01-21-2015 02:23 PM
  3. tonyr6's Avatar
    Still nothing on my 2013 Nexus 7.
    01-21-2015 04:03 PM
  4. evald112's Avatar
    Still no update for my both N7 2013 LTE in Estonia
    01-23-2015 03:44 AM
  5. tr-1's Avatar
    I have a Nexus 7 2012 edition.

    Let me tell you something, now that I have been using 5.0.2 for a while. Don't get it. It is the worst OS update I have seen in 20 years programming and using Computers.

    I am researching how to put 4.4.4 back. I would recommend to anyone not to get Lollipop unless you want a device that crashes and is laggy and makes you truly feel you have hardware that was bought 10 years ago.

    I am very, very disappointed with the performance of the OS. And yes I realize that I am running on hardware from 2012.

    It's so bad I have now words to describe it. I own a Galaxy S5 as well and at first I was looking forward to getting Lollipop on all my devices but now I will avoid getting it for my S5.

    It truely makes me wish I had an iPhone 4 right about now which would still out perform this steaming piece of metal i have now. Truly sad that after such hype about the "update" google is not just taking one step but 3 back.

    I won't bore anyone with the details as this thread is not about the issues lollipop has but if anyone is interested let me know and i can tell you what the issues have been.
    iPhone 4 has lots of know performance issues with iOS8. Just FYI

    It sucks that it happened to you (have you tried factory reset?). I didn't even hesitate and did a factory reset as soon as I got the update. I don't feel any performance "degradation" but I was actually hoping for improvements. Some animations are definitely lagging behind my Nexus 5/6 but you can disable/minimize them from dev options (I believe). It's running like a champ on 2013 Nexus 7.
    I don't consider animations lag as degradation because it's a new feature that can be disabled.
    01-24-2015 08:27 AM
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