Android 7.0 Nougat came with many issues and Google was hoping to fix all of them in version 7.1, but there were still many problems, so the developers brought a new update. Apparently, version 7.1.1 exempt from bugs, as the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X users have reported issues with in-car Bluetooth.
Google did eliminate many bugs and problems in Android 7.1.1 Nougat, but the update brought trouble of its own and the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X are filling the forums with complaints. It seems that after they installed the Android 7.1.1 update, users were no longer able to connect to their in-car Bluetooth systems. Also, those who managed to connect noticed that they couldn’t place/take hands-free calls.
It isn’t the first time when people complain about this issue, as it firstly showed up in October 2016, during the beta testing. Other problems that have been reported by angry users involve download issues, freezes, lags, reception issues, call forwarding issues, apps not working and many more.
Other Nexus 6P users have bricked their devices after updating to Android 7.1.1, just like the Nexus 5X users did when they updated to Android 7.0. Even the Nexus 6 users who updated to Android 7.1.1 have reported that they encountered problems with vibration, notifications, sound and they get black screens when receiving phone calls. There were complaints about an echo when using speakerphone, but Google wasn’t able to fix this issue yet and the users are losing their patience, because no matter what they are trying to do, nothing works and they can’t communicate properly with their friends.
In the next days, more complaints about Android 7.1.1 will fill Google’s forums, as the update hits more devices. The Pixels users are also complaining about issues with hotspot, the camera, touch screen problems and many more.
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