Happy End for Nexus 6P Battery Saga: Google Offers Free Pixel XL Replacement
Thursday, 14 September 2017 Google has decided to deal with a problem that’s been plaguing a small number of Nexus 6P phones by replacing them with the newer Google Pixel XL. Even if Nexus 6P was a great device, a limited number of users have reported a boot-loop problem that’s not solvable even by reflashing the device. The issue arose in December 2016, after a Nougat update, but Google says that few people were affected. The company also made it clear that a hardware problem causes the boot-loop error, so it’s not something that can be corrected. We have to keep in mind that Nexus 6P is the last device built by a third-party company, more precisely Huawei. Google's latest Pixel line differs in this regard. Return your damaged device even outside warranty What makes Google’s decision interesting is the fact that Nexus 6P owners can send in ...
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