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The Samsung Galaxy J5 is updated to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

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New update for Samsung terminal, specifically for the Galaxy J5 counts from now with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop version. Interestingly, this update comes just when leaked photos and features of the 2016 J5.

Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

This new version will offer higher performance to our phone, as primarily have focused on correcting various errors of previous versions, such as when we were activating the way of saving battery on devices that were encrypted.

Although Android 6 version is the one in the latest handsets, like the Galaxy S6 Edge, many still have the Lollipop, precisely which has been updated for the Galaxy J5.

Typically, receiving a pop-up message on the display of our phone to download the new version. If this does not happened, we can do it from ‘Settings’, going to ‘About device’ and finally ‘System Updates’. There already we can upgrade the terminal to version 5.1.1 Lollipop.

New in Android 5.1.1 Lollipop version for Galaxy J5
This update solves the problem of compatibility with existing Gear S2, with which our Galaxy J5 will be fully compliant with the smartwatch, so we should not have any problem now.

Furthermore, this update optimizes battery performance. If you click on the ‘Detail’ button on usage statistics of the battery, on the load optimization tab, we will enter a menu where we can uninstall applications that we do not use and configure some to stop ten minutes after pressing the Stop Auto button.

We can also turn the calculator screen through a new button, as long as there have already activated screen rotation for the entire system. Something that apply to more profits as in the own photo gallery.

In addition, applications will be arranged alphabetically, so it will be much easier to find that we need to do at a particular time. In short, greater operability and comfort in this aspect in what it refers to organization of apps.

We mentioned before that this update optimizes our device, and that includes an interesting improvement in fluidity and speed when launching the launcher and also at the opening of applications.

Something that has got to be able to put an end to the memory loss that happened in previous versions and it can adjust the overall speed of the system.

The Samsung Galaxy J5 kept the essence of J1, as far as design is concerned. A mid-range phone with a more than competent to work fluently in 5.1 Lollipop version due to its Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, 1.5 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal memory features.