How to Use Android Lollipop in 10 Minutes with 30 Tips!

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Welcome to Android Lollipop! The latest version of the operating system is rolling out to handsets and tablets throughout 2015 and it includes plenty of new features. So follow this helpful guide to see what’s new and how you can take advantage of these features.

I have designed this video to be quick, clear and concise to give you a snapshot of Lollipop. It’s well worth a bookmark and please share it with your Android-user friends.

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Here’s the full list of tips (in the order that they appear) below.

— Quick lockscreen settings
— Double Swipedown
— Quick access camera from lock screen
— Quick Alarm setting
— Wifi and Bluetooth buttons
— Flashlight
— Quick access to Chromecast
— Show batter percentage
— Quick Access to Battery
— Battery Saver mode
— Double tap notifications
— Notification source
— Block notifications

17 Comments on How to Use Android Lollipop in 10 Minutes with 30 Tips!

  1. I have lenovo A7010 as new Mobile .. when I connect to wi-Fi .. I do not find the option : Show advanced Options … to start manually asign IP address and proxy settings .. is there problem with my mobile ?

  2. Like many of us, I've got one cheapo "Nice Guy Eddie" slate, and my "Han Shot First" evil droid. That said,still think it's bullshit we have to mody just to keep audio rolling. Has anyone found a floater that doesn't take up 15-30% screen?

  3. Clear, concise, informative. Everything you need to know about Android Lollipop to get started. The best video on the subject that I have seen.

  4. Hello, wonder if you can help, i have just bought a Vodafone Smart Ultra 6 which uses Android Lollipop 5.0, i have tried both ways to add a guest user but just not able to do it, in fact it doesn´t even give me the option to add the guest. Any idea what is going on?

  5. some clarification that Silent Mode is that you make phone completely silent (no volume and vibration). But in this video it is showed that how to set up silent mode which is nothing but vibration mode.

  6. Note that the Nexus 7 tablet doesn't have the flashlight or tap to wake found on the Nexus 9. 
    Also, to get the white background in the app drawer on the Nexus 7, you'll need to install the Google Now launcher. This will make it look the Nexus 9.  Other than that, everything else should be the same using Android 5.0.1 on the Nexus 7 2013

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