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How To Download Android 5 Lollipop

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Android is getting a whole lot sweeter with today's release of Lollipop. We already knew that the new Android 5.0 operating system for mobile devices looks great, thanks to a preview at this year's Google I/O. Its interface might even be as good (or better) than the iPhone's iOS 8. If you're an Android user with a Galaxy, an HTC, a Moto X, or a Nexus, here are the answers to some frequently asked questions about upgrading to Lollipop.

When can I upgrade? Right now, only Google's just-announced flagship phone and tablet, the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 by Motorola and HTC, respectively, can run Android Lollipop. Next up to get Lollipop are the Nexus 4, 5, 7, and 10 in the coming weeks. After that, Android 5.0 will roll out to most Android devices.
How do I upgrade? — First, back up your device's data. When Android Lollipop becomes available for your device, you should be able to update wirelessly. For most devices, head to the Settings app, click on "About Phone" or "About Tablet" and then tap "Software update" or "Check for updates." If a new version is detected, you will be able to download Lollipop right away. Your device will probably need a WiFi connection. Older Samsung devices may need to be connected to a computer with a software called Kies installed.
Why do I need it? — There are three major reasons why we love Lollipop: 1. It's rocking a beautiful new interface that Google calls Material Design. 2. the same operating system works across multiple devices (tablets, phones, TVs, and smart watches, so now all your tech will work together seamlessly). 3. There's a new battery-saver feature that extends your device's survival by 90 minutes.
Other notable features include a "guest user mode" that allows friends or family to use your device with a separate login. They won't be able to see your stuff. A new Priority Mode (activated with the device's volume button) allows only certain people and notifications to get through to you. Android 5.0 improves performance by up to four times. Android TV with Lollipop allows watchers to voice search Google Play, YouTube, and other apps. A tap-and-pay system to manage multiple payment apps and rival Apple Pay will also run on Lollipop. We'll let you know as soon as Android 5.0 is available on other devices.

Source : Google