this is It might sound familiarbut something is wrong Google Pixel 6 latest software update. As Google modifies the version of Android that it distributes to phones running the custom Tensor chip, there have been some strange issues, but instead of Problems with Wi-Fi Or the slow fingerprint scanner, this time, it affects another major feature: notifications. It still shows up on the phone on a regular basis, but for some reason, the strength of the vibration is now much weaker than it used to be.
My phone sounds have been set to silent for years so any difference in notification sound is immediately a problem. It is also noticeably softer for incoming calls, and some people have reported missing phone calls as a result.
Adjusting the phone’s power slider seems to have no effect, indicating that the problem is a bug and not something intentional. A poster on Reddit pointed this out People noticed the same thing during the beta version of Android 12.1, But it seems to have made its way to the production version without a response or modification. Android life Note that after the list of changes came out in the March Pixel update on March 7, Google added a line saying it includes “fixing an issue that causes poorer haptic feedback in certain circumstances” on March 8.
Why did Google change that and was it intentional? I do not know, and although more information was requested, the company did not respond. Everyone I spoke to using the Pixel 6 noticed the change in their phones, from friends to others edge staff, while number of posts On social media Reviews indicate that it greatly affects everyone who has one of the devices.
At least a few people said they liked the change, but if you’re not one of them, you may have to wait for another update or install another app that lets you adjust vibrations directly.
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