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Nexus 6 Problems Plague Release latest flagship Google Android

Nexus 6 Problems Plague Release latest flagship Google Android


Google is slowly, but surely, releasing the Nexus 6 on a number of carriers, and users are reporting a number of problems with the first smartphone produced by Motorola. Some pre-ordered Nexus 6 models shipped with defective software, while others arrived scratched and scratched.

Google Nexus program intends to show how social Android software company can do, without any carrier and touches of smartphone manufacturers bloatware. It's the last is doing a bad job so far, as the Nexus most expensive to date has been released with a lot of problems, especially for users of AT & T.

Manufacturer Motorola Mobility submitted a number of Nexus 6 models that do not work for AT & T customers who pre-ordered the device. Some savvy users realized that some Nexus 6 models, made to show Android L, had sent an earlier version (Android 4.4 KitKat).



Customers were told to return the devices and AT & T Motorola asked to remember those who had not yet sent out. Motorola later issued a statement on the matter:

"We delivered a small number of Nexus 6 smartphones with the wrong software AT & T preordained. The wrong software prevents the phone from starting correctly. We will provide replacements for consumers whose phones are affected. The problem fixed and mobile currently shipping are good. "


Other customers reported that their devices came with cosmetic imperfections, including scuff marks and scratches on his back box. Models shipping both Google Play and AT & T were affected,
  users reported XDA.

The Nexus 6 model included in AT & T also is SIM locked, which means that the device can not easily switch to another company without an unlock code from AT & T, the reports of the Android Police. The AT & T Nexus 6 checks if customers have paid for tethering data before it can be used as an access point, and ships with the tones of the airline. These provisions are common in many smartphones, but Google has never before including them in one of their models Nexus. AT & T customers seem to have the most problems with the Nexus 6, but the vehicle was also the first to start distributing the smartphone customers.

A number of features appear to have been considered for implementation in the Nexus 6, but withdrew from the device before it began. It includes built-in tap-to-wake that appeared in the Android code for the Nexus 6, but does not work on your device. Whale Motorola phone also has a built-in headset users can not interact with or use for notifications without rooting the device LED.

A bigger problem with Android L that affect all smartphones with the new operating system is the method Google is using for encryption. The safety function is intended to block any bad actors spy on your smartphone, but has the side effect of reducing the speed L Android devices, especially the time needed to access the storage, reports Anandtech. The test site encryption running on a Nexus 5 Lollipop, but say it is likely to have the same effect on any smartphone operating system.

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