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comment How can I stop Lollipop ignoring my wifi network?
What makes you think I'm using a modified kernel? This is the signed, official 5.0 OTA update, applied to unmodified stock 4.4.4.
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answered I don't see the App Notification > Sensitive option
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answered Why can't I update my Nexus 4 to Lollipop?
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comment How can I stop Lollipop ignoring my wifi network?
No, I don't see that.
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answered Why can't I use my Fitbit for Smart Lock?
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comment Lollipop update on Nexus 4?
FWIW, my Nexus 4 looks different to what you are showing. Is it possible that you have the new OS with the old Google Now launcher? Check whether there's an update to Google / Google Search / whatever it's called these days available in the play store.
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comment Can Android switch to the Wireless AP with the strongest signal
Are you sure? I'm not a networking expert, but it looks from your screenshot as though there are two networks with two SSIDs (one called "TPLink" and the other called "Dlink"). Presumably the repeater is creating a second wireless network, and bridging between the two?
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revised Bypass “Swipe up to unlock” on Android Lollipop lock screen
Removed the nexus-4 tag, as the question is not specific to that device.
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answered Can Android switch to the Wireless AP with the strongest signal
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asked How can I stop Lollipop ignoring my wifi network?
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accepted How much usable storage space does the 16Gb Nexus 9 have?
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revised How much usable storage space does the 16Gb Nexus 9 have?
Added clarification as per comment.
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comment How much usable storage space does the 16Gb Nexus 9 have?
I'm interested in how much space is available if I take a new Nexus 9 out of the box, turn it on, and check. Thanks for pointing out ambiguity, I'll update the question.
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