It seems that some users are still having some connectivity issues. After the February update, users flagged WiFi issues in Google Support Forums and Reddit. Fortunately, they may not have to wait much longer for a fix.
The Pixel Community Team that a “very small number of devices” were affected by the WiFi connectivity issue and that the root cause was found. The Pixel team has developed a fix for the issue, which will be rolled out as part of the Google Pixel Update in March.
This should be welcome news for users who have turned to workarounds for the problem. At least one person appears to have reset their Pixel 6 on the advice of Google support, and while this temporarily fixed their WiFi issues, the problem resurfaced, according to Google. . Other measures such as resetting network settings or deleting a Wi-Fi network from the device may also have temporarily helped.
There were other issues arising from the Pixel 6 updates. Google the Hold for Me due to a bug in the December update, the release of which was also due to an issue with missed calls. We hope the March update resolves the WiFi issues without introducing another bug.
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