Nexus 6 made by Motorola still working fine, why from top maker Google bring down so far by Huawei made?
I'm actually one of the people who bought Nexus 6P in late December of 2015 and have issues with it. Mainly the battery drains as far back as late 2017. Lucky for my I still got the phone so I'm joining the class action lawsuit.
What about the people Nexus 5x has he got into a bootloop and it had other issues with them although they still function are they doing anything for those people
The reboot issue, I reckon, was fixable by flashing a file that disabled half the cpu cores.
The phone would run slow, but it would, at least, work.
I'm glad I didn't buy it, nonetheless.
My Nexus 6p is in a bootloop that can't recover. Can I present the actual phone as proof that I have this issue?
U'll never be close to apple service, even my ipod nano 1st gen got a brand new replacement of ipod nano 5th
Andy93, 09 Jun 2019Exactly. Huawei, HTC and LG have all made phones for Google. But it's Google making all the de... moreGoogle designed the junk while Huawei produced the junk so they're both in the wrong.
Both companies gave the green light to this junk as no one objected at all so both parties are ultimately at fault.
galaxy nexus was the last good quality phone made for google,since then every oher nexus-pixel had at least one major problem,let alone the price is higher than other flagships
Najeebah, 09 Jun 2019I'm someone who is facing this problem, but I live in India. My phone is in the same condition... moreYou're never getting anything unless you sue google/huawei in India. Good luck with that. Lol
I'm someone who is facing this problem, but I live in India. My phone is in the same condition as mentioned in the article please help me out with it. I've not been able to get any refund for this phone.
i have submitted the claim, but, will Non US folks will receive this compensation? I am from India. I had bootloop issue, got the mother board replaced, but, issue occured once again, after repairs were done, after it went out of warranty. Worst, folks at Huweai could not repair my device, they did not had parts in March 2018... shame.
Well, I did not own one, but there was and still is nothing done for users of this phone outside US, which is unfortunate. I have a colleague and he had all possible problems with this device. He will receive.. nothing.
Jaeger, 09 Jun 2019Nexus 6P was made by Huawei, so they are to blame too.I had a Nexus 5X that bootlooped.
Nexus 5X: Google + LG ... bootloop
Nexus 6P: Google + Huawei ... bootloop
Were the bootloops caused by design or manufacturing flaws?
Who designed those devices?
Kingslayer, 08 Jun 2019Yet, I hear people tell me they miss the Nexus devices. LOL!
Poor cameras, displays, and ba... moreYour comment is just plain wrong. As someone who actually used the Nexus 6p, i can guarantee you that it had one of the best cameras on a phone of it's time. The display was pretty damn good, and battery life was comparable to it's direct competitors.
Also, the bootloop issue was much less common on Nexus 6p as compared to Nexus 5x.
All in all, it was one of the best Nexus branded phones.
What about European's and other owners of the 6P. They should take responsibility internationally!
Too bad that I don't live in USA. Customers outside USA are completely funked.
zodiacfml, 09 Jun 2019True. I still have the Nexus 5 and probably a year ago, I noticed how power hungry it really i... moreIf you're talking about battery drain, the Nexus 5 had a small battery to begin with, had to drive a 1080p display (just like most S800 phones) and was also running the latest Android version at that time, 4.4 KitKat which had higher battery drain while others are stuck at 4.2.2 Jellybean. Snapdragon 800 was pretty much the pinnacle of Qualcomm and were close to Apple. It was quite power efficient although not quite as good as its predecessors and what you said is true that it will throttle down on high clock speed. Phones with S800 can get warm but nothing too bad. Nevertheless, the added performance was really worth it.