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Nexus 5 Android 6.0 Update: 10 Things to Know After Two Weeks





I've been keeping a close eye on my major connections during my time with Marshmallow. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LTE, and GPS can start to misbehave a week or two after an update's release. So far though, I haven't run into any problems.

GPS and AT&T's network are still holding strong. I relied on the Nexus 5's GPS to get around Chicago a few weeks ago. 

I've been testing the Nexus 5 and Android 6.0 with various routers and Wi-Fi connections and I haven't encountered any problems. Connections are dependable and fast. 

I've also been able to pair the device with a number of Bluetooth devices including headphones, speakers, and a Toyota Prius. 

There's been a lot of discussion recently about Android Auto but it looks like those problems have been blown out of proportion



  1. Michael Quinlan

    10/30/2015 at 6:47 pm

    “That’s extremely impressive, especially on a device that’s going on three years old”

    Why is it that so many people insist on this BS exaggerated aging of devices? The Nexus 5 was released LESS THAN TWO YEARS AGO.

  2. Rico Suave

    01/03/2016 at 12:11 pm

    “That’s extremely impressive, especially on a device that’s going on three years old”

    That’s kind of a strange thing to say, being that at the time this was written, the Nexus 5 hadn’t even been out for two years. And I’m not saying that it’s still not impressive, but I’ve been seeing stuff like this more and more in reviews. It’s like even the facts about a subject are disputable now. People just writing whatever they want.

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