Google Pixel 6 and Google Pixel 6 Pro users are now facing random signal loss issues, according to complaints filed on the Reddit and Google forums. According to the report, this could be an issue with Android 12 because owners of some older Pixel phones are also experiencing network issues after installing the latest Android update. Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro users have faced various challenges since the release of these flagship Google smartphones.
On complaints about Reddit and Google Support Forums, first spotted from Android Police, the issue has affected Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro users in various markets such as the US and Canada. The telephony is said to be completely cut off at random intervals.
Users have also stated that they do not have this issue on their older phones. The Android Police report said the issue could be related to either Android 12 or the Samsung Exynos 5123b modem in the Pixel 6 series smartphones. There is no permanent fix for this issue, and Google hasn’t said anything about the issue yet.
In the meantime, some users have shared workarounds on Reddit and the Google support forums. For some, installing the pending update for Carrier Services fixed the problem, some said that restarting the phone solved their problem, and some users received a new SIM. Some users said that disabling the Adaptive Connect feature might help resolve the issue for a while. This feature is touted to save battery power by automatically switching from 5G to 4G when it thinks you don’t need a faster network speed.
Previously, the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro had issues like slow fingerprint unlocking, screen flickering and green tint issues, ghost calls and fast charging issues.