Google’s Nexus 6P Plagued With Bluetooth Issues?

The Nexus 6P, despite being an aging device, still manages to secure a solid base of loyal users. Even in light of newer and better-spec devices, many folks are still sticking to their trusty Nexus 6P device.

However, it looks like some Nexus 6P have been experiencing a troubling situation with their device’s Bluetooth capabilities.

Some users have reported that while streaming music via a web radio or third-party apps over Bluetooth, the connection seems to be timing out often every 10 to 15 minutes or so. When these users unlock their device via fingerprint, the audio seems to restart for another 10 to 15 minutes.

The problem appears to aggravate when the Bluetooth is connected to the users’ cars. When on call, the connection seem to drop mid-conversation and the Bluetooth ends up being disconnected.

Some folks have said that after a couple of seconds, it reconnects and the call continues; but, during the period when the Bluetooth drops, the people on the other end are said to be able to hear everything via the device’s microphone.

This is indeed a frustrating problem as many folks depend on the Bluetooth connectivity to make calls during their drive or even just to ease their day’s stress with their favorite tunes.

Have you been experiencing a similar situation? Is there any way to fix this?

The Nexus 6P, released back in 2015, is a stunning curved metal device produced by Google with the help of Huawei. The device, powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810, arrived with Android 6.0 Marshmallow on-board while sporting a 12.3MP rear-facing camera along with an 8MP selfie-snapper.