Mark's channels have disappeared from his Hauppauge tuner. What happened? Leo says that the FCC has made stations shift frequencies, and have advised that users rescan for missing channels. Check out TVAnswers.org for when and how to rescan. There's more information here - https://losangeles.cbslocal.com/video/4040289-cbs2-rescan-day/. But it may also be a Hauppauge issue.
Google Nexus 6P
Naomi is ready to get a Good Nexus Android phone along with Google Fi. Leo says that Google's new phone is going to be the Pixel, not the Nexus. So Leo would advise waiting until they are announced. As for Google Fi, Leo is a total fan. $20 for unlimited voice, text and then it's pay as you go for data at $10 a gig. Google Fi won't work with Verizon without roaming, though. The chatroom says that the Nexus 6P does work with Verizon, but not through Google Fi.
Yoni wants to know if she should buy the Nexus 6P or the iPhone 7. Leo says he likes the 6P. It has better battery life, a nicer screen, and a removable battery. Google is going be releasing new phones next week under the Pixel name, though. Leo likes Google phones because they patch them first and you don't have to wait for a fix from the carrier or phone manufacturer. Google will just push the update like Apple does. The time is right to get the 6P, though, because they've dropped the price before the new phones come out.
Ron is looking for a new Android phone and he wants a pure Android version. Leo says his primary choice is the Google Nexus 6P. But there will be plenty of new options coming in a few weeks including the Samsung Galaxy S7, the LG G5, and even the Nextbit Robin, which is an inexpensive Android phone. The best bang for the buck is the Nexus because it'll always get the updates, though.
Rick wants to get the Google Nexus 6. Leo recommends the Nexus 6P through Google Fi. Nexus is the best choice because it's pure Android with no overlays like TouchWiz. He'll always get the next update of Android's OS because it's coming directly from Google.
UPDATE: After erasing the Nexus 6P and starting fresh, the issue has been resolved and the phone is running normally.
Leo got the Google Nexus 6P, and while he had high hopes for the latest Nexus phone, he finds it very disappointing.