Some Google Nexus 6 users had recently raised their concerns over data connection issues that they were facing with their devices.
It seems the search engine giant has followed closely these complaints and apparently, there is a fix already rolling out for those who have encountered this data connection problem on their Google Nexus 6. Google says that the issue was coming from an issue to do with GPS, the result of which was a cellular connectivity failure. This data connection problem started showing up on Nexus 6 devices towards the end of last week, but Google has been swift to come in with a quick fix for the problem.
Of course, not everyone who has probably had this problem will be aware that a fix is already available from Google. However, with this fix, the problem should go away. If it persists, Google recommends that you restart the device and see if the fix works later on. This is happening because the Mountain View Company will not be rolling out an OTA update for Nexus 6 users, instead, things have been handled from their side of the equation. It is for this reason that restarting your device is paramount just so as to force through with the update just in case the fix hasn’t worked.
As noted earlier, this data connection problem did not affect all Google Nexus 6 users. In fact, the issue was vast on T-Mobile than any other carrier.
The Google Nexus 6 was released in November 2014, with Motorola being the brain behind the production of the huge phablet. Although it came with Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box, it has now been updated to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. The phone will also be part of the new Android 7.0 Nougat, which rumors say will be released before the end of this month.
Did you come across the data connection problem on your Nexus 6?