LG G2 Users Are Having Issues With Android 5.0 Lollipop
According to recent reports, Verizon LG G2 users are having performance issues and bugs after installing Android 5.0 Lollipop. There are a range of issues, from minor to phone breaking bugs. Some users have also reported their device is no longer working.
The most common one though, is poor battery life and really slow charging. Users feel that their battery life has shortened compared to what they had on Android KitKat 4.4. According to one user, his phone lasts only two to three hours on a full charge, that is just unacceptable for any user.
User Jeff Saul said: “Got my VZW LG G2 (VS980) Lollipop 5.0.2. I heard the battery life was horrible but never expected it to be this bad… What the heck, Verizon?”
Funnily enough, Lollipop was said to improve battery life but from the looks of it, it’s doing exactly the opposite.
What’s even more concerning is that battery life is discharging even when G2 is connected to a charger. Not all is bad though, many users have also reported that their battery life is unaffected.
So for now, it is unclear what exactly is the root of problem. Interestingly, making calls and sending texts is also a problem. People believe it has something to do with Google Now, so they turned it off. Want to know what happened then? They are were able to make calls and send texts again.
Google is yet to issues a patch for this problem but we’ll know more when and if a statement is made by the company. So check back with us for more updates.
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