Samsung has been providing its users with quality smartphones since a long time. Samsung has always kept its customers happy by providing them with latest OS and firmware updates to keep their devices up-to-date with new features, and bug-free. As we know, Google has launched their new Android OS, Lollipop, version 5.0. Samsung is buckled down to provide their users with the Android 5.0 OS update for a number of existing devices, including the two years old Galaxy S4, and the last year’s Galaxy S5.
In January, it was reported that Samsung had started rolling out the Android Lollipop 5.0 for the Galaxy S4, and the Galaxy S5 in Norway. Anyhow, we have been reported from one of our reliable sources from Norway recently that Samsung has adjourned the roll-out and downgraded the users back to Android KitKat, 4.4.2, due to a number of bugs in the Lollipop update for the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5. The major bugs in the Lollipop update for the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy S5 was the freezing of com.android.phone process, and the defective Contacts app.
These bugs in the new Lollipop update for the Galaxy S4, and the Galaxy S5, have led to turn down many Samsung users. Nonetheless, Samsung, being the best smartphone manufacturer, will try its best to fix these bugs as soon as possible.