Google says it has resolved an issue that caused the batteries of “some Android smartphones” to drain quickly. The problem mainly affected Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 smartphones. Changing the backend of the Google app should have fixed the issue.
Google confirms the opposite 9to5Google About battery problems. The company has rolled out an update that should fix the issue “immediately”. According to Google, no app or system update is required to fix the problem, as it was a Google backend update.
Reports of problems surfaced late last week. Reported by, among others, Engadget. Google’s Pixel phones have overheated with many users. In addition, the battery drained exceptionally quickly. Settings showed that the Google app has a high battery consumption. For some users, this cut their battery life in half. This resulted in reduced screen time from six to three hours and, in addition to the phone heating up, could not be read on reddit And Google help.
The issues seem to occur after the May 12 Pixel security update and were seen mostly among users with Pixel 6 or Pixel 7 series phones, 9to5Google reports. Since the problem occurred in the backend of the Google app, there was no point in installing an older version.
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