Google’s recent Pixel software updates haven’t always landed flawlessly. At the end of last year, for instance, the company was forced to the release of an OTA after reports that the software caused the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro to drop calls. More recently, the introduced an issue that left the company’s latest phones producing much weaker notifications when you got a notification. Many Pixel 6 and 6 Pro owners after Google released the update, noting that no matter what they set their phone’s haptic feedback to, they would miss calls and emails because they couldn’t feel their device vibrating.
Our May software update is now rolling out to supported Pixel devices! The update includes:
👆🏽👆🏿👆🏻 Improvements for haptic feedback
📱 Fixes for display & launcher
🔒 Latest security fixes
Device applicability varies
Learn more on our Community post: https://t.co/36iwv6s3WS
— Made By Google (@madebygoogle) May 2, 2022
On Monday, Google the May Pixel software update. It includes a fix for the vibration issue. “Improvements for haptic feedback under certain conditions and uses cases,” the company writes on its . The update resolves two other issues that affect all recent Pixels devices. The first involves a bug that had caused those phones to wake their displays without any input. The second solves a problem that could crash the Pixel launcher after you restarted your device. The update also includes the from Google.
According to Google, it will roll out the May 2022 update to all eligible Pixel devices in the coming weeks. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can attempt to install the software on your phone by manually sideloading it. Just note that flashing a device always comes with a degree of risk.
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