The LG Nexus 5 phone has been reported to have a series of issues (mainly a permanent WiFi and Bluetooth malfunction) after updating to Lollipop and several other versions of the Android operating system. So far Google is blaming LG and LG is blaming Google for the problem. Several forums, including several from Google, try to address the issue but all seem to be fruitless for the part.
If you have an LG Nexus 5 that exhibits these and any other problems after upgrading to Lollipop or later versions of the Android operating system, please considering contacting The Margarian Law Firm at (818) 553-1000 for a possible class action litigation that is being investigated against both Google and LG.
Here are some of the fixes that were recommended on several forums:
Consumers should not pay for premium phones or any other products that are defective, even if the defect becomes apparent at a later time during the ownership of the phone. Design defects are to be addressed properly by all the parties within the supply chain of the product distribution.