If you are in possession of a Nexus, 6P, and took part in the class-action suit against Google, and Huawei (yes, Huawei), would you be happy to know that the proceeds from the subsequent $9.75 million in a settlement that is now paid off. Those of you who have purchased the device brand new from 29 January 2015, and May 3, of 2021, are eligible to make a claim. According to Android Police, the consumers who did not have any problems with their Nexus 6P will be sent via e-mail, payments of $29.11. At the other end of the spectrum, the $400 payment is to be distributed to the people who are suffering from problems with either bootlooping, and sudden stops.
Bootlooping is caused when the phone is switched on, and continues to be a never-ending cycle of start-up and shut down, never allow the user to get past the boot screen. There are a lot of Nexus, 6P, users noticed that the battery life of their device is draining too fast running of the phone was abruptly shut down. The suit was filed in April 2017, with Google’s to blame for the problems with the software, and Huawei, a debt due to the plaintiffs for the issues related to the life of your hardware.
For those of you who don’t remember, Google ‘ s Nexus devices, they have had a series of Android-based phones and tablets that ran a stock version of the operating system, and they were the first in line to receive Android updates. Google would have to design, develop, sell and support the Nexus devices, while the manufacturer would be responsible for the development and production. The HTC-made The Nexus One was released in January of 2010. The other manufacturers of Android-based phones and tablets, LG, Motorola, Asus, and Samsung.
Nexus, 6P, users who are part of a class-action suit against Google, and Huawei, have been received from the payment of the checks as large as $400
Just the other day, and the checks were mailed to the owners of the the original Pixel the models that had faulty microphones due to hairline cracks in the solder. The members of the class to receive up to $500 from Google, as part of a $7.25 million settlement. What makes this situation so frustrating for Pixel owners, replacement unit sent by Google and it had the same problem with the microphone.