We reported earlier that Google Pixel 6 owners complain about poor performance from the fingerprint reader in their handset.
The main issue, then, is the sluggish performance of the fingerprint reader in the Pixel 6, which Google blames on the fingerprint sensor “using advanced security algorithms” to add some extra layers of protection. additional, causing delays in verification or requiring more direct contact with the sensor.
Others have complained that the optical sensor seems to allow most people to unlock the Pixel 6.
Although Google has denied that this is a real problem, New update for Pixel 6 and 6 Pro seems to address this deficit.
Updates for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are unlikely to be out of scope, being released in mid-to-late November and include two builds: SD1A.210817.037, for the global model, and SD1A. 210817.037 exclusively for Verizon. The A1 build weighs in at 14.56MB.
The Verizon version notes in its changelog:
The current software update improves the performance of the fingerprint sensor on your device.
To receive updates, visit Settings > System > Advanced > System Update.
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