Jan 14, 2017 09:06 AM EST
Android Nougat Tips & Tricks: How To Fix Google Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P Wi-Fi Problems [VIDEO]
The Android Nougat is one of the best updates for Google's Android smartphones, such as Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X. Unfortunately, after upgrading the phone system, there are some devices that experienced Wi-Fi issues.
After Google launched the update for the Android Nougat, there were a number of complaints from users. Among these problems, the Wi-Fi connection issue is deemed to be one of the major flaws. Although the American multinational tech company did not release an official Android Nougat update for Nexus 5 Android smartphones, but these handsets can be upgraded by using custom ROMs.
Nevertheless, Android Nougat has been troublesome, and smartphone users are complaining about the battery drain. There were also complaints about the Bluetooth connectivity in the handsets that are running the latest operating system. But, the biggest issue lies with the Wi-Fi connectivity, Gotta Be Mobile reported.
In spite of that, for Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X users who need to deal with a cumbersome Wi-Fi connection, resetting the network sometimes works. Smartphone users can make the necessary changes in the handset's Settings panel by performing Backup and Reset. This will remove the network settings and users need to load the details again, according to Gigjets.
Another way to deal with Wi-Fi connection issue is to keep the Wi-Fi on even when the handset is in sleep mode. This method can be done automatically by choosing Keep Wi-Fi During Sleep from the Settings menu's Wi-Fi option. However, users need to reboot the handset to see if the gadget can automatically establish a Wi-Fi connection.
That being the case, there is no denying that the Android Nougat update has major defects. Fortunately, software updates continue to improve the Android operating system for Google's Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X smartphones. The Android Nougat update is still being sought-after by tech fans due to its promising specs.
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