Google Pixel 6 series has been facing some issues since its official launch. The company recently released the December update for this series. However, the update caused some of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro to experience network signal loss problems. According to reports, users of the Google Pixel 6 series in Germany, France, Belgium, Spain, and other countries reported that their devices have experienced obvious network signal loss problems since they accepted the December update. The Pixel 6 series often cannot connect to the data network, and even make calls.
In this regard, Google said that it is investigating this issue. However, the company did not accept that the network loss is due to the update. Instead, Google insisted that there is no issue with the December update. Since the official release of the Google Pixel 6 series, users of this series have had problems with the punch-hole camera, fingerprint sensor,charging, signal and so on.
We expect Google to work on this latest complaint and release a statement as soon as possible. However, those who have not downloaded the December update may want to wait a few more weeks. It will be unreasonable to get an update that bring issues to your device then download another update to fix the issues.
Google Pixel 6 series has faced multiple issues
Earlier this month, there were reports that the Google Pixel 6 series losses signal for no reason. According to reports, during use, the phone will have no signal. It will take a few minutes to connect to the Internet. However, users can temporarily alleviate after restarting the smartphone but this is not a permanent solution. Although Google provides a replacement service, getting a new unit still will not solve this issue.
Similarly, users also complained that the new Pixel devices won’t charge when used with a number of third-party chargers and cables. While such problems do not arise with other devices, everything works fine. This is believed to be due to the use of non-USB Power Delivery certified cables and adapters to charge the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro. Probably low-quality accessories were in use. This is not to say that this behavior of smartphones is something unpredictable or out of the ordinary. Google‘s support page explicitly states that Pixel phones may not work with some cables. This appears to be done to protect the battery from potential damage that could arise from particularly slow chargers or cables that do not conform to the USB-C specification.