March security update to The Motorola Nexus 6 disables support for Android Pay
The March security update from Google made its way to the Nexus 6 units which were built by Motorola and while the users of this unit should be happy that the search engine giant still remembers them in its kingdom, there might be trouble in paradise for them yet. Since a lot of users made this update the official thing on their units, they have been complaining that they have been getting limited use to the Android Pay platform, and as of this moment, this issue has now spread to virtually everyone with the update.
Google has made the first official confirmation on this issue today via a twitter reply to a concerned user, and they have said that they are doing everything to make this bug go way.
To make sure that later users don’t also get this problem, the update was disable for a while, given that the factory images and OTA files are now available again. To make sure that the issue doesn’t repeat itself though, Google has disabled the SafetyNet API extension.
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