Android 7.1.1 update unofficially confirmed for Moto Z Play
The bootlooping issue is the classic case of bootloop that we see on LG’s devices, but this is on the Huawei-made Google Nexus 6P.
The Android hardware realm is beginning to look like some sort of soap opera.
Overall, the potential class action lawsuit against Google and Huawei has polarized users of the Nexus 6P. The update has reached a number of Google Pixel and Google Nexus smartphones, and has empowered the users to do more with their phones. Even, after deleting all the previous fingerprints does not solve the problem.
Google had recently rolled out the Android 7.1.2 update for its Pixel and Nexus smartphones, However, it seems that the latest update is causing a major problem in the fingerprint scanner for both Pixel and Nexus users. “I tried with a safe boot, even factory resetting didn’t help”. Even if Google is well-aware of it, all that is being now done by the tech giant is to inform its users to go and get themselves a replacement device. “Reports indicate that consumers who have attempted to receive warranty service from Huawei – the phone manufacturer – have been turned away, with Huawei telling them the problem is not the phone or the battery, but instead it is a problem with Google’s software”. Google gets the entire blame and is being forced to properly reply the disappointed customers.
One of the users said, “I’m having the problem”. It’s also a handy reminder to keep a good backup of your device up-to-date, especially if you’re the kind of person who installs the latest updates the second they become available. Once you’ve gotten used to a fingerprint sensor, it’s tough to go back.