What you need to know
- Some Pixel 6 devices have faced Wi-Fi issues since the February update.
- Google says it will be fixed in the upcoming March update, which may also include the Pixel feature drop.
- Android 12L Beta 3 doesn't appear to be affected.
The Google Pixel 6 series can't seem to catch a break when it comes to bugs, and lately, users have noted problems with Wi-Fi constantly disabling following the February update. However, it seems Google is aware, and a fix is coming soon.
As Google mentioned, the Wi-Fi problem appears to have affected a small number of users, which is hopefully the case. Previous issues with the Pixel devices were also not as widespread as they may have seemed, with many of our staff not running into problems with their devices. 9to5Google notes that users on Android 12L Beta 3 don't appear to be affected by the Wi-Fi problem.
Still, despite the small group of affected users, it's good to see Google is acknowledging and taking care of the bug.
We may only be a week or two away from the next monthly Pixel update, with it likely landing on March 7. It may also include the quarterly feature drop, bringing new features along with bug fixes to Google's best Android phones.
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