Strange Bugs On The Pixel 6 , This week, buyers discovered yet another confusing defect in Google’s newest flagship, adding to the never-ending list of Pixel 6 troubles. A Pixel 6 Pro owner complained on Reddit on Friday. “Seems to refuse calls on my account without my knowledge,” says the Pixel 6 Pro. Someone else would call them, but the phone would not ring, and they would not receive a missed call notification.

They claimed it happened at least four times a week. Both existing contacts and unknown numbers were rejected by the phone. Incoming calls aren’t visible on the screen since they normally keep their phone face-up on the desk. The Pixel 6 Pro, on the other hand, began rejecting calls at random as soon as they came.

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The client checked every setting on their Pixel 6 Pro they could think of, but none of them were to blame for the Pixel 6 issue. Furthermore, the user’s phone service provider acknowledged that the issue was not their fault. The only step the user omitted was starting it in safe mode, which would have been a time-consuming and pointless exercise. Worse, this does not appear to be a one-time occurrence.

It’s unclear how widespread the problem is, but there are 76 comments on the Reddit thread as of Monday afternoon, many of which are from Pixel 6 users who are experiencing the same problem.

Without a question, the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are the most exciting phones Google has announced in years. They feature a distinct, modern appearance, are powered by Google’s Tensor system on a chip, and have some of the best cameras on the market.

The biggest problem is that the phones can’t get out of their own way. Soon after the Pixel 6 and Pixel, 6 Pro were introduced, issues began to surface. In November, Google verified the flickering display issue that annoyed some early customers.

Pixel 6 owners have also claimed slow biometric scanners, lost signals, touch-input issues, WiFi signal issues, auto-rotation issues, and other concerns. At this time, it’s unclear when or when the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will be completely bug-free.

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