Google announced a major overhaul of Android’s user interface last month that saw Android 5.0 Lollipop come with a new notification bar, a new menu layout, and a redesigned camera app.
The change was met with widespread praise, with the user interface seen as a major upgrade from Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.
However, the changes have now prompted a new controversy as the new Android 5 interface doesn’t use Bluetooth at all.
According to a report by Bloomberg News, the Android 5 UI has a new “bluelight” icon, which is only visible in the new notification area, and has a “battery icon” that looks like a battery.
The report also suggests that this “blight” is the battery indicator, and not the notification bar.
This means that if you have a new Android device and want to install the update to the notification area (which is still missing from Android 5), you’ll need to remove the battery icon.
It appears as though Google is taking a similar approach to the icons used on Apple’s iOS and OS X systems.
While there are some apps that do support bluetooth, the new version of Android is not one of them.
The Android 5 notification bar doesn’t even have a “lamp” icon.
Instead, the notification shade looks like an indicator on a battery indicator that only shows up in certain circumstances.
This indicates that the battery is low and that the notification is showing up because the device is receiving a notification.
The “b” in “bounce” stands for “buzz”, so we’re not sure if it’s the battery or the flashlight.
Either way, this is just the notification being a little less colorful.
There’s no indication of a “back” button on the notification.
The notification shade still appears to have a battery icon, but that doesn’t mean the notification will stop when the device has reached a certain level of battery life.
While there’s no way to tell exactly how much battery life Android 5 users will get with the new update, we do know that Android 5 is expected to come with an improved notification bar and a new battery indicator.
Google also has some other major changes planned, including a new Google Search app, a better “Home” button for the new app drawer, and more “smart” widgets.
As you can see, Google is going to be bringing Android 5 to as many devices as possible.