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Monday, 02 September 2013 08:29

Nexus random reboot strikes again

Written by Fudzilla staff

Second gen Nexus 7 affected

Users of Google’s Nexus 4 handset have been reporting random reboots for months, but Google still has to acknowledge the problem, let alone do anything about it.

A similar problem now appears to be affecting the new Nexus 7 2. The tablet was first plagued with GPS and multitouch problems, but now it seems to have caught the random reboot bug as well.

According to product-reviews.net, many users are reporting daily problems with the new Nexus 7, some claim they experience random reboots twice a day. It should be noted that the reports are coming from a few customers, but the new Nexus 7 is still new and there aren’t that many units in the wild.

Since Google has done absolutely nothing to address the exact same issue plaguing many Nexus 4 devices, we’re not sure it will be any better when it comes to the Nexus 7. We guess random reboots are just a feature of new Nexus products. They are also a good way of ruining the Nexus brand.

Fudzilla staff

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