galaxy-note-4-lollipopIt seems that the mysterious Wi-Fi bug is still affecting those out there who are rocking to a mobile device that runs on the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop mobile operating system. Reports have been trickling in to the developer-preview website, where it all began with a Nexus 5 which had a great amount of difficulty to hook up to a Wi-Fi signal. That original complaint more or less opened up the proverbial floodgates, where developers who were equipped with the Nexus 5, Nexus 7, and the Nexus 9 have also shared their two cents concerning this failure in hooking up to a Wi-Fi connection.

This is not the first major issue that has hit Android 5.0 Lollipop, but it is the second. In fact, this Wi-Fi bug was detected earlier on as well, where it has caused a delay for the release of this version of the mobile operating system for Nexus devices. There was another bug which has since been squashed that saw the use of Wi-Fi on an Android 5.0 powered handset result in a battery drain quite unlike you have ever seen before. Hopefully Google will be able to fix this as soon as possible, otherwise it is not going to look good on their track record.

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