Nexus 6P: How To Fix Slow Internet Lag
Nexushas recently said that demand for its new flagship Nexus 6P smartphones is “much higher” than initially planned for. But some users have been complaining about a slow Internet lag or web pages won’t load on the Nexus 6P. This issues is even happening to some when using apps like Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, WhatsApp, Twitter and YouTube.
There can be several different reasons that the Nexus 6P Internet connection is slow and pages not loading. Before we explain the different ways to fix a weak Internet connection on the Nexus 6P, below are some reasons why this problem is occurring on your smartphone.
Common reasons why Nexus 6P Internet is being slow:
- Poor signal or low signal strength.
- Poor Wi-Fi network.
- Website is under heavy load or too many users accessing the website.
- Network congestion or too many users of the network.
- Apps running in the background.
- Device memory is low.
- Internet cache is corrupted or full.
- Update the Nexus smartphone firmware.
- Outdated browser software or browser software requires update.
- Exceeded data speed limit or speed reduction is reached.
Any of the reason above can cause for a slow Internet connection on the Nexus 6P. After you have checked to see what is cause of the problem is behind the weak data connection, and you still can’t figure out how to fix the bad Internet problem, follow the instructions below on how to fix the Nexus 6P slow Internet issue.
Clear caches on Nexus 6P
In most cases, the above method will help solve the slow Internet problem on the Nexus 6P. But if for some reason the Nexus 6P Internet is still slow, completing a “wipe cache partition” should fix this problem. This method deletes no data from the Nexus 6P. All data such as photos, videos and messages are not deleted and will be safe. You can perform the “Wipe Cache Partition“ function in the Android recovery mode. Read this guide to learn how to clear Nexus 6P phone cache.
Make sure WiFi is turned off on Nexus 6P
It’s very common that your Nexus 6P is still connected to a weak WiFi signal, and you should you check to make sure the WiFi disabled or turned OFF. The following will take you to the Wi-Fi settings of the Nexus 6P:
- Turn on the Nexus 6P.
- Select on Menu.
- Select Settings.
- Select Connections.
- Select Wi-Fi.
- Touch the ON/OFF slider next to Wi-Fi to turn Wi-Fi OFF.
Get Technical Support
For those that have done everything they can to fix the slow Internet connection on the Nexus 6P, it’s suggested to take the smartphone back to the store or to a shop where it can be physically checked for any damaged. If proven defective by a technician, a replacement unit may be provided for you of it could be repaired.