There's a nasty messaging bug running rampant on 2016 Google Pixel devices, and it may have something to do with Android 8.0 Oreo.
There’s apparently no end in sight for nagging software issues on Google’s original Nexus 6, now plagued by a bug switching Android 7.1.1 with 7.0.
If you still experience random iPhone 6 or 6s shutdowns, Apple's recently released iOS 10.2.1 may fix the problem or at least limit its impact.
After waiting for far too long to receive Android 7.1.1 software goodies, many Nexus 6 users have found the update damaging to their speakerphones.
It took a little longer than expected, but Google Pixel root has been achieved. On an unrelated note, some people are experiencing Bluetooth bugs.