Why? Something went wrong. No one knows what went wrong, and worse yet, it’s international.

It started with reports stretching through the past 48 hours of Nexus 6 devices not being able to connect with the “best in the country” T-Mobile data network. Down Detector tracked multiple reports from Nexus 6 owners and customer service reps on all social media and communications fronts have been fielding concerns.

Here’s the problem that’s not T-Mobile’s: users of the Google Product Forums are indicating that the Nexus 6 is facing similar issues across networks in Australia, the Netherlands and Sweden, just to name a few locales.

The chase is on for a fix and it’s likely that Google will have to be the one to solve it.

Via: Android Police

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