Nexus 6P Soon Available with February Security Update
Recently, Google launched a software update dedicated to the Nexus 6P smartphone, and as it seems the update also encompasses the February security patch designed for Android. The update intends to fix any security issues and bugs that are found in Android.
Bonus, it brings a solution for the problem that appears when using the car Bluetooth. Many users had reported that after they upgraded their phone to the 7.1.1 version of Android, they weren’t able to connect to the car Bluetooth feature anymore. Other people were dissatisfied because they could connect, but eventually they weren’t able to initiate or to receive calls.
The security patch for Nexus 6P was released as an OTA improvement. You can check to see if it already available in the settings menu of your own device. The update has the build number N4F26O and it only measures 39 MB. Along with the Nexus 6P model, the Pixel and Pixel XL will also be upgraded with the newest developments.
Besides this update, the Nexus 6P model also received the most recent update to the Android 7.1.2 version. If you haven’t installed the beta version yet, the company recommends you to download and install the security update. Before doing so, you should make sure that the device you want to upgrade has more than half battery full and that it has a stable connection to a Wi-Fi or mobile data network.
The Android 7.1.2 version is the first beta for the next version and apparently it comes loaded with bug fixes. According to the changelog made available by Google, this is what it is going to consist of. Whoever signed up for the Android Beta Program should receive this beta version as an OTA update. You can also find the factory beta images which you can flash manually.