N/APosted on - 11/27/2014
All the users were very happy to know the fact that Google has decided to enable the encryption feature by default on Android Phones. But it is said that it ended up in hampering the performance of Google’s devices. Is Nexus 5 (Kitkat and Lollipop) better than Nexus 6 with encryption?
Is Nexus 5 (Kitkat and Lollipop) better than Nexus 6 with encryption?
That’s true because Nexus 6 is using encryption by default while Nexus 5 running on either KitKat or Lollipop without encryption, of course. The encryption featured in Nexus 6 is really downgrading the performance of the handset. You can, on the other hand, disable the encryption but do it at your own risk.
Also, the encryption feature in Nexus 6 is not a handset feature alone. The encryption function is included in the new Android 5.0 Lollipop and this new mobile operating system runs the encryption by default. So, if you’ll be updating your Android phone to Android 5.0 Lollipop, you might end up with an encryption-enabled handset and you might be complaining later that your phone is now very slow.
I have created a guide that will allow you to disable encryption on Android 5.0 Lollipop but it is specifically for Nexus 6 only. You cannot do it on Nexus 5 even if it is running on Android 5.0 Lollipop. To see how to disable the encryption, please visit Is Your Nexus 6 Slow.