Google disabled advanced encryption in Android 5.0

by Tony Hill on March 4, 2015

Last year Google pleasantly surprised with presentation of mobile operating system Android 5.0 Lollipop and one of the main assets of novelty was undoubtedly default data encryption. A new feature of encryption was implemented in a manner that neither Google programs had access to data, as information on cloud was also stored in encrypted form. Google recently decided to disable default encryption.

Google disabled default encryption because of smart phones and tablet computers performance problems. Management of encryption strongly influenced the speed of operation of mobile devices with a mobile operating system Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Default encryption will once again become part of everyday use of smart phones and tablet computers, only when the producers of Android devices solve problems related to the management of encrypted data. Unfortunately, experts estimated this to happen towards the end of this year.

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