You might try to remember that Google introduced the Pixel 6 and the Pixel 6 Professional before this yr at its Pixel Fall Launch celebration. These devices had been the very first to be run by Google’s custom Tensor silicon chips.
Therefore, it is of no surprise that the first important update for the two gadgets experienced been a significantly-expected 1. It looks nevertheless, that we are to hold waiting in suspense. The new Pixel Element drop, which Google experienced announced back on December 6, will seemingly not roll out this 12 months and is delayed, after once more.
Rather, the December update has been paused. This begs the issue – why?
The answer is — a bug. Current in the update, Google claims that this bug was responsible for dropped cellphone phone calls and connectivity difficulties. Google verified the identical in a discussion board post, which it deleted, and later on republished. The corporation has discovered a repair, but you will have to hold out until late January for the upcoming computer software update to take care of the situation. The computer software update in January will consist of all the fixes and advancements (a great deal of them) that have been at first prepared to roll out in December.
1 factor is to be noted – not a lot of customers obtained the update. If you are 1 of the couple of who did receive it, you could want to brace by yourself for yet a different thirty day period of unreliable calling.
Having said that, you have one more choice, and it is no improved than the preceding a person. If you do not want to hold out for the update subsequent year, then you can conduct a manufacturing unit reset as you use the Android Flash Device and revert to the prior application version. You really should, nevertheless, back again up your cell phone just before restoring to the prior software program variation.
“If you are not encountering cellular connectivity troubles, no motion is necessary. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and value your persistence as we roll out the fix,” wrote Pixel Neighborhood Manager Camille V.
Just one point is for certain – this was not the news one was hoping to hear from Google on the very last day of the year.