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 Android 5.0 Lollipop App Switcher ‘Random Card’

Inside every week of Google releasing the Android 5.0 Lollipop OTA replace for its older Nexus gadgets (specifically, the Nexus four, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013), and Nexus 10), more than one bugs discovered within the latest Android construct had been stated by using customers.

Now, a brand new malicious program appears to have affected some Android 5.0 Lollipop users, who are dealing with a problem with the app switcher. A person named Jose Alvarez Nunez has posted a YouTube video displaying the app switcher problem in his Nexus 5. The worm is stated to cause the app switcher to indicate random playing cards even a person clears all latest apps.

Nunez additionally shared the video on Google+, writing, “different bug in Lollipop, in this case with the latest apps! It can be easy to run into the issue, which is that many of the strategies of the apps stay within the heritage while you close all visible recent apps, but then these procedures seem separately.” He also notes that the bug was once taking place on a stock Nexus 5 smartphone.

In the shared video, Nunez clears all of the recent app cards from the app switcher but each time he presses the app switcher – a random card pops up. Curiously, the card that pops up may not be essentially the one consumer in fact used just lately. One of the most cards that confirmed up within the video also had distorted decision.

Android 5.0 Lollipop App Switcher ‘Random Card’ Bug Affecting Some Users

Android Police notes, “It seems to occur most effective if you have a variety of cards. Simply three or 4 doesn’t trigger the worm.” The e-newsletter additionally claims that the app switcher problem is affecting more than one Android 5.0 Lollipop devices together with the Nexus 5 and Moto X (Gen 2).

It adds, “on account of the way in which Lollipop’s up to date apps list just retains growing and does not clear itself with a reboot, most users may not see this.”

The app switcher computer virus is reportedly only occurs when there are more than one latest cards which are cleared from the app switcher, and will not express up when there are simply three or 4 cards. Particularly, we were not in a position to reproduce the Trojan horse on inventory Android 5.0 Lollipop-primarily based Nexus 5.

Prior to this, we’d heard about a Wi-Fi malicious program that used to be suggested to be affecting some customers, and on Monday multiple stories claimed that Android 5.0 Lollipop removed the very helpful ‘silent mode’ from telephones. Some Nexus 7 (2013) tablet customers on Monday have been reporting issues in playing any video on the instrument after updating to the newest model of Android.