The rumor of an error in the system Android update incoming Lollipop version 5.0.1, regarding the memory leak has been confirmed by Google. The company reportedly will bring the improvements in the next version, 5.1.1.
Internally Google has made it clear that the Android system Lollipop version 5.1, has a memory leak. Resulting in RAM memory as losing capacity. Initially this error was found in the Android 5.0.1, but it turns out the Nexus users also get interference and befudding with currently running Android 5.1. Complaints are often expressed by users is about the memory, then the application, especially when Google+ opens that makes the device to restart itself. Memory leaks are experienced users do not half-hearted, it is recognized that the memory capacity of 1.1 GB initially 1.3 GB or directly reduced to around 750 MB or 800 MB and it seems some users are complaining about is the user Nexus 5. The memory reduction user perceived as opening applications, thereby increasing the RAM memory usage drastically. But now, through a web page AOSP, Google said it would fix it and admit an error in the system Android 5.1 Lollipop. “Memory leaks still exist on Android 5.1,” explains Google on the web page. Possible damage or faults experienced by Google’s system, will come in and will get stamp ‘Rush’. So the possibility of improvement will come quickly, and the system is expected to be included in version 5.1.1 of Android Lollipop.