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Yeah, Lollipop has been a mess lately. Lots of people have been complaining of some very serious bugs in Lollipop including that one memory leak bug and a drastic reduction in battery life. I honestly thought that Lollipop would have helped Android by getting rid of the Dalvik Engine and its compile-at-runtime system and replacing it with ART. If you ask me, Android's code quality has recently gone down the toilet. Yes, I know, Apple has had some issues lately as well and I'm not denying that but at least it seems that they have been attempting to fix their mistakes unlike Google Android.

Yes I was excited about ART as well, on paper, sounds great, in real life, the phone performs like a 5 year old pile of garbage. Just try this, launch a few applications, then hit the bottom left icon to show your running apps, when flipping between them, the motion is slow and jerky and makes their almost flagship phone perform like a turtle
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You lost me there at solution..... I got that you went back to Lollipop but you never said how you got rid of the nag screens.  Or are you just living with them?  BTW-I think we getting a bit OT here.  Perhaps there's a better forum for this discussion?  Also, did I mention that I DID NOT have the option to avoid Lollipop on the ATT S5?  It updated automatically in the dead of night.  If there was an option to stop it I never saw it.

no what I meant bro is, I had the lollipop update, my perform performed very bad, horrible battery life, very slow and jerky. So I downgraded to Kit Kat but then kept getting nags to update all the time and a notification icon on top, so then I wipe the phone again and installed Kit Kat but rooted my phone right away so that stops the upgrade since I'm on an unofficial OS in the eyes of Samsung smile.gif

Yes I know we went off topic a bit but this thread seems to be Samsung's garbage! so it somehow relates, phones, SSDs, Smart TVs that spy on you, you name it
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Yeah, Lollipop has been a mess lately. Lots of people have been complaining of some very serious bugs in Lollipop including that one memory leak bug and a drastic reduction in battery life. I honestly thought that Lollipop would have helped Android by getting rid of the Dalvik Engine and its compile-at-runtime system and replacing it with ART. If you ask me, Android's code quality has recently gone down the toilet. Yes, I know, Apple has had some issues lately as well and I'm not denying that but at least it seems that they have been attempting to fix their mistakes unlike Google Android.

Boy am I glad I turned off all automatic updates and non-manually initiated communications on my phone. I forgot i did, but it gave me time to say no to lollipop! I couldn't manage halving of my battery life. Hopefully they'll update it soon, and when the bugs are out... maybe. I've got the canadian sgh-i337m (s4) lollipop 5.0.1 is the update avail to me - and I can't seem to find any rooting materials that inspire any confidence...
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Battery life is one the main reasons why I switched platforms. I had a Galaxy Note 3 before I got my iPhone 6 Plus and the Note 3 would eat battery power like nobody's business. It was so bad that I wouldn't go anywhere without at the very least one extra battery on me if I was going to be out of the house for more than six hours. If I knew I was going to be gone the whole day I'd take two extra batteries with me. The Note 3 was such a pig when it came to battery life. With the iPhone 6 Plus I can go two whole days on a single charge, sometimes even two and a half days depending upon usage.

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Battery life is one the main reasons why I switched platforms. I had a Galaxy Note 3 before I got my iPhone 6 Plus and the Note 3 would eat battery power like nobody's business. It was so bad that I wouldn't go anywhere without at the very least one extra battery on me if I was going to be out of the house for more than six hours. If I knew I was going to be gone the whole day I'd take two extra batteries with me. The Note 3 was such a pig when it came to battery life. With the iPhone 6 Plus I can go two whole days on a single charge, sometimes even two and a half days depending upon usage.
On Kit Kat, my phone lasts me 3 days easily or 2 days with heavy usage
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Battery life is one the main reasons why I switched platforms. I had a Galaxy Note 3 before I got my iPhone 6 Plus and the Note 3 would eat battery power like nobody's business. It was so bad that I wouldn't go anywhere without at the very least one extra battery on me if I was going to be out of the house for more than six hours. If I knew I was going to be gone the whole day I'd take two extra batteries with me. The Note 3 was such a pig when it came to battery life. With the iPhone 6 Plus I can go two whole days on a single charge, sometimes even two and a half days depending upon usage.

Dang, my note 3 is almost 2 years old and i can go without charging for like almost 2 full days.
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Lucky you, like I said, the Note 3 that I had was an absolute pig when it came to battery life.

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Lucky you, like I said, the Note 3 that I had was an absolute pig when it came to battery life.

What carrier? Did you ever find out if it was an app or if it was just the version of android you were on? Did you try replacing it?
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AT&T branded Galaxy Note 3. At the time I had it it had 4.4.4 KitKat on it. It had a locked bootloader so putting anything but the AT&T sanctioned software was a no-go. I disabled as much of the carrier-loaded bloatware as I could in the system settings. Even after doing a factory reset after the 4.4.4 update battery life was piss poor.

 

I was lucky I got through twelve hours on a single charge even with the phone being in stand-by mode most of the day.

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What thread is this? The uselessness of the Android ecosystem?

Can we get back to the SSD issue here please?
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