Google has temporarily stopped distributing the December update for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro because it caused various problems for users, including losing connectivity. The company will release a fix in January.
The Google Pixel team has reported that the update has been suspended and work is in progress to fix it. Show this fix In the software update at the end of January, along with all the other improvements from the December update. The notification comes after complaints from Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro owners about lost connectivity and calls, bad reception and the Unable to call emergency numbers with Teams.
If you have already implemented the update and are having problems, Google advises you to make a backup and then use the Android Flash Tool to roll back to a previous software version and perform a factory reset.
The first Drop Drop feature update for Pixel 6 devices had some problems, and in mid-December it seemed like Google had hit the brakes with the update. Then, last week, Google switched features Hold for Me en call check uit Because these stopped working properly after the December update for phones.
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