The Nexus 6 was the dispatch gadget for Android 5.0 Lollipop in 2014, and it’s been getting refreshes from that point onward. The issue, notwithstanding, is not each one of those updates have been great. In the wake of conveying some pester OTA refreshes prior this year, Google is at long last conveying Android 7.1.1 to the Nexus 6.
This is not really the first run through the Nexus 6 has seen a 7.1.1 refresh. After a long sit tight for both 7.0 and 7.1.1, Nexus 6 proprietors were welcomed with various bugs so extreme that Google brought for a do-over on the refresh. It pushed 7.0 to the Nexus 6 (which broke things for anybody on 7.1.1) and began chipping away at another 7.1.1 refresh.
Finally, that refresh is taking off. Be that as it may, you should be on the latest authority 7.0 form. Any individual who toughed it out on the old 7.1.1 should streak back to the fundamental refresh track. Remember; this telephone is achieving the finish of its upheld life on Google’s end—it’s probably not going to see Android O by any means. It may be more justified regardless of your opportunity to move to Lineage OS.