AT&T started selling the Google Nexus 6 last week, but AT&T retail stores are reportedly being told to send back the initial shipments of the Google Nexus 6 due to a software glitch.
The software bug renders a black screen and it even fails to connect to the cellular service when the device is powered on, so in short, it makes the device useless.
The report mentions that only the initial batch of the AT&T Nexus 6 was affected, and Motorola is reportedly working on a fix for this issue. Devices with the correct software are expected to ship in the next few days. This also means that AT&T may have limited availability of the Google Nexus 6 in the coming days.
If you’ve experienced any of the above mentioned issues with your Nexus 6, take it back to the carrier store for a replacement. At the moment, there’s no word on how widespread the issue really is, but it seems both AT&T and Motorola are working for a fix, and have called back the initial batch of shipments.
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Source: Droid-LifeFiled Under: Mobile Phone News, Top News