In a new development, some Google Nexus 6 owners are experiencing problems with their LTE connectivity . Many users across the world have reported this issue in the last 48 hours, including Nexus 6 users in the US subscribed to the T-Mobile network.
Google has promised to rollout a fix for a mysterious issue that has left Nexus 6 owners worldwide without LTE connectivity.
“The issue isn’t limited to a carrier or version number, with users from Australia, Sweden, Canada, Finland, the U.S., and Hong Kong facing random LTE drops,” according to a report from Android Central.
It is still not known what is the problem, it just appeared to hit certain group of users only on certain carriers, many of the users have confirmed that this problem arises when they use LTE and location services (GPS) simultaneously .
T-mobile has confirmed that it is aware of the problem on twitter, and working with Motorola and Google to bring a fix as soon as possible.
Open up the Settings app, then head into the “Apps” section. Tap the three dots in the top right, then choose “Show System.” Scroll down until you find “Google Connectivity Services,” then select it. Tap the three dots, then select “Uninstall Updates.”