Google Pixel and Pixel XL have some connectivity problems, but the Mountain View company is on top of it, bringing a fix by releasing a new Android 7.1.1 Nougat build.
This time around, the new build named NMF26Q release 6 is coming hot on the heels and is expected to iron out all the cellular wrinkles of Pixel phones on O2, a carrier in the United Kingdom.
Solution To Pixel And Pixel XL Connectivity Problems
As mentioned earlier, the updated Android 7.1.1 Nougat build is designed to focus on resolving connectivity problems, and according to the Android Open Source Project, it particularly addresses the issues with sending and receiving multimedia messages on O2.
"Remove spaces in front of APN types so that telephony can find APNs that can handle a particular type properly," the description reads.
Android 7.1.1 Nougat NMF26Q Availability
That said, those who can't wait another minute to get the new build of Android 7.1.1 Nougat up and running can go ahead and flash the factory image and sideload the OTA image.
What Else Is New?
Aside from fixing the connectivity problems, the new build didn't really add anything else to the mix.
That means Pixel and Pixel XL owners who aren't experiencing any cellular issues don't really need to install it. On that note, it's still safe to assume that Google will launch it as an OTA update for everyone in the foreseeable future.
Wrapping Things Up
To boil things down, the new Android 7.1.1 Nougat build NMF26Q is taking care of business and fixing connectivity problems on the Pixel and Pixel XL, and the best part is, the factory image and OTA image are already available for download.
Are you one of the unfortunate users who's facing cellular issues on the Phones by Google? Feel free to hit us up in the comments section below and let us know, especially if the recent Android Nougat launches got you out of your predicament.