We have been hearing a lot of complaints from owners about the Google Nexus 6P. When the handset first came out it was said to be superb but then owners began to complain about issues with the Bluetooth. Some owners have been so fed up that they have taken their handset back to the store.
Some owners of the Google Nexus 6P have said that their handset keeps on disconnecting randomly. Some have said that at the start of a call they cannot hear any sound. One of the biggest issues with the device is the Bluetooth audio skipping and sometimes stuttering.
Owners have had issues with vehicle connectivity and the Google Nexus 6P. One owner said that they had issues with the Mazda CX-5 in that they could not sound unless the person they called picked up. The same person said that there was another issue with the Chevrolet Equinox in that stuttering was heard when streaming music.
People hoped that things would get better when the update to 6.0.1 arrived, however for many people things only got worse.
Anyone having issues with their Google Nexus 6P should try to re-pair the Bluetooth. You can do this by pressing the gear icon and picking forget and then re-pairing.
Some owners have tried to wipe the cache partition. To do this you should turn the handset off and then on again while holding down the Volume down button along with the power button. Then tap the Volume down and choose recovery.
When the Android mascot appears you can then choose recovery by holding the power button down and then quickly pressing and letting go of the volume up.
Press volume down to highlight wipe cache partition and pick it with the power button. You can then use the volume down button and pick yes with the power button. When you have done this you can hit the power button and the Google Nexus 6P will reboot.
The last thing you might want to try is resetting the Google Nexus 6P back to factory settings.