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Google Pixel 6

The December update release is on hold

Google is suspending the release of the December update for its Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones.

Software updates are often enthusiastically received, and they include brand new features and improvements, bug fixes, security breaches, design changes … ‘ Unfortunately, sometimes updates bring new bugs. In some cases, an update can do more harm than good. This is the situation today December update For that Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.

Google suspends its December update

Bad news for Pixel 6 owners. Mountain View has announced that it will be suspending the December update for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, following numerous reports describing stability during phone calls and disconnections. According to Droid Life, this release by Google explains why so many Pixe 6 owners have not received the questionable update in recent weeks. For some people who have been able to download and install this and have no problem, Google points out that it is quite possible to continue to use their smartphone.

For those who have a problem like this, the only solution is to put your phone on an older version of Android and perform a factory reset. As always, before proceeding you should make sure that your device is properly backed up. Otherwise, all existing data may be lost.

For Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones

The December update was released to add some new features to the Pixel 6 Pro, such as Ultra-wideband (UWP) and quick access to Snapshot from the lock screen, as well as QuickTap to Snap. Google explains that these features will be back in the patch available in January.

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This delay is a real failure for Google, especially since the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are Google’s showcase, showing the world the power of its internal processor and internal software. These are not the errors that we can prove that Android is equivalent to iOS. However, for Pixel 6 owners we hope the situation returns to normal soon.