Nexus 5 Android 6.0.1 Problems Mount
I haven't run into any major problems with the Nexus 5 Android 6.0.1 update but know that there some problems out there.
As we push deeper into the year, we're starting to get a better read on some of the more common Android 6.0.1 issues. The loudest complaints come from Nexus 5 users dealing with headset volume control issues, installation problems, SIM card errors, various boot issues, problems with the device's proximity sensor, Wi-Fi problems, random reboots, battery life problems, and more. The list goes on and on.
I've experienced some of these problems on the Nexus 5 at one time or another but I haven't encountered any of them with the April Android 6.0.1 build on board.
If you aren't on Android 6.0.1 yet (or the April security update for that matter), you should be aware of these issues.
My advice is to dig around for additional feedback and get comfortable with the problems you might face if and when you make the move to the new update.
If you are on Android 6.0.1 and you are seeing problems, here are some resources. Our list of common Android 6.0 problems features some known fixes that've worked for me and many others in the past. If you can't find a fix there, head to the Nexus Help Forum.
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