August 15, 2022
Google Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro Fingerprint Sensor Issues Fixed in Android 13 Beta 4.1: Report


Google Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, and Pixel 6a fingerprint issues are reportedly fixed in the latest Android 13 beta 4.1 update. While Google hasn’t listed this fix as one of the main updates in the release notes, improvements to the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro’s fingerprint sensor work were reported by people who installed the latest Android beta version was. A user on Reddit pointed out improvements in the performance of the fingerprint sensor on the Pixel 6a.

The people of Phone Arena have launched their Google Pixel 6 Pro and . Have installed Android 13 beta 4.1 update in said that The latest beta version “made the Pixel 6 Pro fingerprint scanner faster, more accurate and problem-free.” The problem is believed to have been fixed in the Pixel 6 as well. As mentioned, [positive] Pixel 6a’s fingerprint sensor had feedback shared on reddit By a user who says the sensor performance is “100x better on this beta” – referring to Android 13 beta 4.1. It also looks like the problem of unregistered fingerprints being able to unlock the handset has also been fixed.

It should be noted that early buyers of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel Pro reported several issues with the fingerprint unlocking system. While some complained of slow and unresponsive unlocking experiences, some said that they could unlock the phone using an unregistered finger.

It should be noted that the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are the first Pixel phones to feature an under-display fingerprint sensor. Google launched the phone with an optical in-display fingerprint sensor which is not as advanced as the ultrasonic sensor. Google later stated that “the Pixel 6 fingerprint sensor uses advanced security algorithms and these additional protections may take longer to verify or in some cases may require more direct contact with the sensor.”

A similar case was also found with the recently launched Google Pixel 6a, where reviewers suggested a security bug in the in-display fingerprint scanner, which caused them to authenticate unregistered fingerprints on their phones. allowed to unlock. In some cases, the problem of ‘Partial Fingerprint Detect’ also came up.


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