Google and Huawei agree to pay owners of faulty Nexus 6P devices up to…

Google and Huawei agree to pay owners of faulty Nexus 6P devices up to…

Google and Huawei agree to pay owners of faulty Nexus 6P devices up to $400

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Google and Huawei agree to pay owners of faulty Nexus 6P devices up to $400


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  1. There will be several payout classes:

    * If you experienced an issue and received a Pixel XL replacement, you will receive a payout of $5-$10.
    * If you have battery drain, but do not submit documentation, you will receive $10-$45.
    * If you have a bootloop, but do not submit documentation, you will receive $20-$75.
    * If you have battery drain and submit documentation you can get up to $150.
    * If you have bootloop and submit documentation you can get up to $325.
    * If you own multiple devices and submit documentation of bootloop or battery drain, you can collect a maximum of $400 total.

    I cannot find where in the settlement documentation is defined, but it would be worth the time to do so.

  2. Man, and to think at one point I wanted a Nexus 6P. When it first came out I thought it was a neat phone and would be cool since it had a good camera and stock Android.

    I’m not sure if I dodged a bullet, or missed out on an opportunity for extra cash.

  3. My battery had this issue. Got it replaced (OUT of warranty). Lasted another two months before hitting me with the 1-2 punch of bootloop — which happened while I was traveling. Ugh. $400 isn’t enough to pay for the taxi I had to take because I couldn’t call the folks who were supposed to pick me up.

  4. Good for those in the US.

    I have a dead Nexus 6P in my drawer and I live in a small EU country.

    My closest friend also have a Nexus 5X which bootlooped and my girlfriend got a Pixel which lags like hell and sometimes restart by itself.

    Funny how I was the one who recommended a Google product to those people.

    But it’s ok lesson learnt. I will not buy a Google phone ever again.

    A good camera is useless on a dead phone anyways.

  5. Just my two cents, but I contacted the Dutch Huawei service center when mine failed one and a half year in, and they gave me a new Huawei phone with better specs. They were very helpful, a positive story also needs to be told.

    I read so many stories about companies not helping customers out, but that hasn’t been my experience at all. Being nice helps a lot IMHO.

    Google on the other hand….

  6. I had a 6p, battery died at 1.5 years of usage, but as a Chilean i’m fucked… Now I have a pixel 2 with terrible battery… I guess i’ll go Samsung or Huawei next time.

  7. >If the court approves the settlement at the next hearing on May 9th, Nexus 6P users in the US who purchased the device on or after September 25th, 2015 would be eligible to claim reimbursement.

    Purchased a Nexus 6p from Best Buy on January 16, 2016, it bootlooped, I got a free warranty replacement from Huawei, which I sold while it was functional but starting the battery drain problem again.

    I don’t know if I « deserve » anything else, but free money would be nice…

    EDIT: According to the sample document, people documentation of the bootloop AND did not receive a Pixel XL should get up to $325. That would be nice… I wonder if emails from Huawei that they shipped out a repaired unit to me counts?

  8. I am very excited for this! I bought my 6P from the google play store when it was still shiny a new and over time, the battery issues made the phone so unreliable. It would die anywhere between 30% and 0%, and on days when it was cold, sometimes around 50%. Not to mention I missed my alarm one morning because the phone bootlooped while charging overnight

  9. Way too late, the 6p was actually the phone after nearly a decade (mytouch3g woohoo!) with android that pushed me back to apple. I was buying a new device every year with google so at least $2k in revenue that went to apple instead (although with apple it materialized as a new ipad and laptop instead of phones because the 6s is still running fine.)

  10. I will not buy a Google phone simply because after-sale problems are so difficult to fix, the local stores never have enough replacement parts to fix anything. For the same reason I don’t recommend Huawei phones in the US (but they are much better than Google in Europe and Asia).

  11. Too bad this isn’t in Canada as well. Google told me to contact Huawei, Huawei told me to contact Google. Canadian Huawei support did everything from hang up on me, to telling me they didn’t speak English. It ensured that I would never buy another phone from Huawei no matter what, and I stand by that.

  12. I had the Nexus 5 and didn’t want what at the time seemed like a giant phone and I loved the 5, so 5X was my go too but it was not an upgrade on anything but battery life and ended up bootlooping 1 month out of warranty. I was pretty pissed when 6p owners got Pixel XLs and all I got was a refurb 5X almost guaranteed to bootloop. I traded it in for $50 towards an XL a year later but the whole time I was worried it’d just die.

  13. Sent my Nexus 6P back to Google a couple of months ago. It randomly died after putting it down. Sent it off to their « repair centre ». They refunded the cost of my phone entirely. Overall it took 2/3 week. (UK)

  14. I called Google about my bootlooping Nexus early 2017, they referred me to a number that I never called. I still have my beautiful brick with me. I wonder if I can get the $400

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