I have not noticed any big improvements to Lollipop over Kit-Kat. Did I miss something with Lollipop?
What NOT 2 Do After Buying a Scratch Wireless Phone...
So, I had communicated with Andrew and the Engineering Team regarding Android 5.x, otherwise known as Android Lollipop, today. I was told that if a phone was either upgraded to a newer OS (4.2 to 4.4) or downgraded to an older OS (4.4 to 4.1) then the phone and app wouldn't function. So, to keep you from spending more money than you need to. A little tip from me (A soon to be Scratch Wireless Member) to other (Already & Soon to be Members), don't try to upgrade or downgrade the OS on your Scratch Wireless Phones. What you pay for is what you get. I will say that I found a way to Flash Android Lollipop onto the Coolpad Arise, but I will not share the information or try it myself since the new information has been brought to light. I hope that this helps those that are also wanting Android Lollipop, like me!!
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I think that it is all from Preference. Transparency has changed. The main Codec or the way that the OS reads apps has changed. Lots of improvements since KitKat. I could go on and on, listing improvements, but the list is big enough that I don't want to list it all. I am not an Android fan anymore, I would rather have a Windows Phone...again though, that falls back to preference.