Anonymous, 15 Apr 2017So much for timely UPDATES.. I'd rather have late but fully tested update rather than a fast u... moreI'm really damn pissed with Google. My 1st Nexus 5X was a complete disappointment. It bootloop after the warranty ended.
Now my Pixel is facing intermittent microphone issues.
Why can't Google make an update that don't kill the hardware? *hint look at Apple*
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2017When they can't even push a proper update how can they develop android itself?Unfortunately it is so much cheaper to use the users as guinea pigs than doing the proper testing in-house... The similar phenomena you also see on other OS's. For one aPple is using this method, and then release a reasonable quick update to fix what they broke.... It is more understandable when bugs like this happen with an OS used on hardware from another company (e.g. Windows on non-MS PCs)
But it is unacceptable when a company don't at the very least tests their software thoroughly on their own hardware. (And I do not care if the sinner is Google, aPple or MS)
Congrats Google you have made such a grt phone with such surprising features
When they can't even push a proper update how can they develop android itself?
They're treating the premium Nexus (pixel) users same as typical Nexus users. Awesome software was the selling point of this highly priced phone. But they're doing that thing again.
I'm getting really tired to continues hear problems from these devices
Mine works like charm no issue whatsoever other phone heating doing multitask
Had a few issues last week, with the camera app crashing the phone. Had to re set it several times.
Installed the new update last night, so far so good with the sensor. However my XL has crashed twice already, needing a reset to resolve it.
I still believe KitKat is the most stable with good battery/performance among android version, just sad it is no longer supported.
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2017... and the title of this article :Pomg! lol!
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2017As someone who never goes for "New software available? Update, quick!', I feel that my approac... moreI think people mostly update to get the latest security patch for their device, even though it's often a moot point since there's normally hardly any difference between the security patches of 2 subsequent months.
I'm on a 5X. Since the update to 7.1.2 I have RAM issues and fingerprint reader issues as well. The fingerprint reader lost it's accuracy and the apps in memory seem to be kept for an even shorter period of time.
This is exactly why I don't mess with android no more. LG bootloop updates, Samsung S6 Edge+ miserable battery life update, LG G4 Bluetooth killer update, these are all from my personal experience. I'm sure there are a lot more cases.
Updates have never done anything worthwhile except break features and ruin battery endurance.
"Another Android update, another broken feature."
Why am I not suprised.... It seems that Google is rushing the update (again).
As someone who never goes for "New software available? Update, quick!', I feel that my approach is vindicated
Not sure why people run after software updates, especially these days when phone software (at least android) is so feature packed already.
'Wait for feedback' has always worked better for me. Am still running the last stable version of Marshmallow, even though 7.1.1 has been available for 2 months. Am happy with my phone, and intend to update, maybe, sometime in May