#Nexus #AndroidNougat – Android 7.0 Nougat Update: 5 Problems Found In Nexus Devices And How To Fix Them : Android 7.0 Nougat in its beta stage has been having several issues. In fact, the latest reported downside of Google’s new software upgrade for Android is that it has more instances of network and app crashes in contrast to the iOS 10. First observed in Nexus devices, here are at least five Android Nougat’s issues that may affect your phone in the future and how you can get rid of them:
1.Android Nougat Refuses To Install
The gateway to getting Nougat is by installing it. If installing the upgrade to your phone is proving to be difficult, then Google must be having a huge problem. According to reported cases in relation to installation issues, Nougat refuses to install the update at the beginning of the over-the-air (OTA) process, thus crashing.
To fix this, try the following alternatives. First, reboot your phone. In case you cannot access your restart button because your phone has frozen, try long-pressing the phone’s power button. Then, go over to Settings > About phone > Check for updates.
If this does not work for you, try leaving the device until it runs out of battery power, which usually takes time if the battery is full. Recharge it and retry the installation.
If these don’t work, your last resort is to clean up your phone’s cache partition. In most devices, it can be done by press holding the power and volume down buttons. Once the Google icon and a large arrow above the screen pop up, press the volume down multiple times until the recovery shows up in the arrow.
Afterwards, press the power button. Wait until the Android with the warning logo pops up. Press the volume up as you release the power button. A list of items should now be on screen. Press the volume down. Do not release it until the “wipe the cache partition” selection is highlighted. Press the power button now.
After a status message appears below the screen, cleaning up should finish after around 15 minutes. Restart your phone now.
2.Android Nougat Stops Mobile Data
Nougat stopping mobile data is actually a strange case. Automatic termination of mobile data is usually caused by weak network signals. If the signal is strong, the problem might be on your phone’s software.
First, try a simple reboot by press holding your phone’s power button. Wait unitl it comes back on. If the same problem still occurs, consider switching your phone to Airplane Mode. It can be found on your Quick Settings panel. Tap it to turn it off and on.
If that still does not work, head over now to Settings > Wireless & networks > Cellular network. Try switching off and on your data/LTE. If none of these helps, try reaching out to your mobile service provider’s customer representative.