Free Android Lollipop Quick Start Guide Posted On Google Play Books


The news on Android 5.0 Lollipop isn’t new as the Lollipop happens to be the latest OS version for android.

Although the OS isn’t so much in circulation yet, most nexus phones have been able to get the OS. We are hoping the OS will be in circulation sooner than we know it just like the case of the android 4.4 kitkat now.

Google has just published an official Quick start Guide for android 5.0 Lollipop on the play store which you can download for free.

Android lollipop quick start guide

The start Guide is more or less like any other manual that comes with products giving some information about the product and how to go about it.

For someone who is a techie, the start guide won’t be required as you should be able to understand the functionality of the phone and what most icons stands for within a short pace of time.

The introduction on the quick guide briefly mentions android TV and the upcoming android Auto but has no new information on any of them. For those who are interested in reading about the Lollipop via the quick quide, be sure to download it here.


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About Adeniyi Samuel

Hello! I am Samuel Adeniyi. The guy behind most tutorials on this very blog. I love experimenting with devices and for every device i experiment with, i usually write something about it here for my esteemed readers. You can follow me on twitter via @amsamueladeniyi

Comments

  1. Hello Samuel!

    It was great going through your post once again.

    You see a time may come when Google will just change colors and maybe few icons and send them out as updates.

    The rate at which this updates are made is too quick to adhere to. And you know in Nigeria here, where majority depend mostly on this Cheap Android Phones that fail to back the ability to update to latest updates.

    They end up buying new phones every month if not weeks, giving the previous ones a complete zero value. Which is really not the best practices.

    I think Google needs to change.

    Uche Francis!

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