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Discussion in 'Nexus 6P by Huawei' started by Jonny Kansas, Dec 14, 2015.
You're drunk Nexus 6P go home.
Funny part is, the next screen over has like 3-4 folders. NONE of my folders were named that I can recall, but that is the only one that had a crazy name after the update.
Also, BT volume issue that I've been having doesn't appear to have changed.
My Mustang doesn't like the update. I keep getting "Bluetooth media disconnected"
When I first connected to the device in my truck this morning, the buttons didn't work. I couldn't pause or skip or anything. However, the song playing also wasn't showing up on my watch. So, I told the watch to just play some music, knowing it'd load up a new playlist. Once that new song started, I had control again and the song info and controls showed up on my watch.
I also haven't manually rebooted since the update, so the only reboot I've had is the one where it was actually installing. Sometimes that's all you need.
Like I said before though, the BT thing was really only supposed to revolve around devices that control volume and making it so they actually change the system volume on the phone instead of there being an independent volume control for the phone and the device. So, I'd think they didn't really mess with much of the connection itself, but I suppose those kinda go hand in hand.
I know the only real complaint I've seen about that particular patch is that some folks are experiencing volume that's too loud on their headphones. Wouldn't think the car would be the same issue there since you can turn it all the way down in every car I've been in.
Bottom line, I'm rambling and don't know what, exactly, they changed.
I haven't experienced any issues with BT until this patch. It may just have been a cranky car at the time. The truck and BT worked without issues last night going to the Gym. The car is about to be put to sleep for the winter so I'll mess with it in April.
Like I've said before, the CONNECTION to my 6P seems stronger. The Note 4 would have periods where I'd lose sound for just a second like the songs were skipping and that was fairly constant. Not enough to bug me, surprisingly, but noticeable.
The 6P seems to pretty much never do that. My issue with BT is that I feel like the 6P comes out of my truck speakers much more quiet on full volume than the Note 4 did. Still not something that I can't deal with, just wish it was better. I bought a pretty cheap BT device in the first place, so I guess I should just be glad that it works at all.
OK Google screen off detection is working better with 6.0.1.
I don't use that much since I have my watch, but good to know.
Sent from my Nexus 6P