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Google Nexus 6 Update: Android 7.1.1 Update Is Now Facing Major Issues

Mar 13, 2017 10:02 AM EDT

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The Nexus 6 handset has recently received it's Android 7.1.1 update where users were instructed to download the patch. Google smartphone models have already been updated and developed each of its updates, while this Google Nexus 6 Android 7.1.1 update seemed to have some issues.

Nexus 6 Android 7.1.1 update claimed to have an issue with its phone's speakers which were equipped with an annoying echo. Many tech enthusiasts and consumers started sending complaints to the company; the problem with the update is the phone's front speaker which is commonly used for hand free calls. Nexus 6 is now picked up by its microphone that produces strange noises on the other end with matching strange echoes.

Users confirmed and identified that the speaker issue relies on the Android 7.1.1 update where they downgraded their Google Nexus 6 and the speaker issue instantly disappeared. According to Android Police, there's no solution for this issue as of now. But Google Nexus developers are now finding ways and cures to eliminate this speaker issue. Developers will immediately spread cure if ever they will fix the problem as soon as possible.

According to Google Code, the company has recently released the March security update for the Google Nexus 6 issue. However, it failed with the SafetyNet check and can't access the Android Pay. As of now, Google disabled the SafetyNet during the update but it will be back as soon as it will be fixed.

Meanwhile, the Android Nougat updates development has been really slow for Google which the company hasn't deal with a lot of technical issues. With this issue for Google Nexus 6, users and owners of the device will continue to find fixing tools and to produce new updates and developments to acquire Android 7.1.1 Nougat which depends on the case. Android Nougat updates for Google devices were released last year but it shows that Google Pixel and Goggle Pixel XL were the first smartphones of the Goggle Company to carry Android Nougat.

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