By now, you probably know what Lollipop is.
The name refers to the fact that it is a major update that includes all of the features and updates made in the previous two major releases.
Lollipop will also bring some new features, such as a new notification system, new camera apps, and more.
We’re still waiting on Android 9.0, but it should be coming in the near future.
Lollpocalypse is over, though.
You can install the update on your Android device by installing the latest stable version of Android, and then sideloading it onto your device.
After that, you can install it directly into the app store.
The official Lollipop changelog is available on Google Play and is a long read, but we’ve included a few key things to keep in mind.
Android version numbers, the version of your device, and the exact version of the Android OS you have are listed in bold.
For more information on each of these, check out our Lollipop guide.
If you are unsure of the exact Android version that you have on your device or device model, Google can help you out by checking your Android ID.
You will be asked to provide your Android account credentials, as well as your device model number, and it will then prompt you for a valid Android ID and password.
This will help Google determine if your Android version is compatible with the Android version you have.
To sideload an update, simply open the Google Play Store app and tap the menu button.
Then, from the list of apps that are available, select “Sideload Updates”.
Once the update is installed, it will appear on your screen.
It will also show up in your apps drawer as a “Lollipop update”.
The update will then take effect immediately, and you will not be able to sideload the update until the update has been installed.
If you have not installed the update, you may want to wait until Lollipop has been pushed to your device before you start sideloadding.
If your device does not have a custom ROM, you will need to use a custom recovery app to flash Lollipop.
The easiest way to sidelook an update is to download an update from the Google Developers site.
Then launch the app, choose “Download ZIP”, and select the file you want to sideloon.
When the download finishes, you’ll be greeted with an app called “Update Download”.
Select the file that you want the update to download.
You may need to choose the “All Files” option when the file is downloaded.
The download will download the entire update package.
After the update package has been downloaded, it should automatically install.
If it does not, you need to reinstall the update manually.
You’ll be asked for the root password after reinstalling.
Once you have successfully installed the Lollipop update, sideload it onto the device.
The process can take up to 15 minutes, depending on your phone’s speed.
Once the update does install, you should now have access to your app drawer.
If everything looks good, you have installed the latest update, and Lollipop on your smartphone should now be up and running.
If not, it’s likely that you need a bit of help getting it to work properly.