The update doesn’t fix the issue of the messed up finger impression peruser on the Pixel 6a.
Google is at present carrying out another bug fix update for the Pixel 6 series and the Pixel 6a. The extra update intends to fix a GPS related bug on the Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, and Pixel 6a cell phones and isn’t to be mistaken for the impending August 2022 update, which is planned to carry out later.
The update actually hasn’t fixed the unique finger impression issues on the Pixel 6 series and Pixel 6a. In any case, a few clients running the most recent Android 13 beta are guaranteeing that the update has further developed the unique finger impression sensor.
The extra update according to Google is pointed toward fixing a GPS area disappointment which apparently happens on the Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, and the Pixel 6a models under specific circumstances. Google has clarified that this is not the same as the August 2022 update, which will be carrying out to all upheld Pixel gadgets before long. The new update beginning today will be carried out to both worldwide opened and transporter locked models of the Pixel 6, 6 Pro, and 6a.
Pixel 6a proprietors are sitting tight for the following accessible update with the expectation that it settle the finger impression scanner issue, which has been an issue for proprietors since send off. According to ongoing reports, nonetheless, the unique finger impression scanner issue has been settled in the most recent Android 13 beta 4.1.
The Pixel 6a accepted its most memorable programming update in the principal seven day stretch of August, however it didn’t settle the issue with its finger impression peruser. The issue as brought up in a previous report, is a significant security bug. The in-show unique mark peruser has a security defect that is verifying even unregistered fingerprints to open the cell phone. At this stage it isn’t known whether the issue is to do with programming or the unique finger impression perusing equipment on the Pixel 6a.
Oddly, the Google Pixel 6a is likewise the main new handset from Google that appears to be stuck on the June 2022 security update while the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have been refreshed to the later July 2022 security update.
To review, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro didn’t authoritatively come to India, despite the fact that they are being sold through informal channels. The Pixel 6a was formally reported in India on 21 July and went marked down from 28 July.
The handset includes a similar Tensor SoC and Titan M2 security coprocessor as on the exceptional Pixel 6 and 6 Pro models sold universally, yet with 6GB RAM and 128GB of inbuilt stockpiling. The telephone includes a customary 60Hz invigorate rate OLED show and has two back confronting cameras, one of which highlights OIS.