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Some Pixel 6 phones are dialing random numbers in the background

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Google Pixel 6 - (Photo by Vanja Matijevic on Unsplash )

The Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro are the most amazing telephones yet from the organization. 

Notwithstanding, actually like the past Pixels, these telephones have a bunch of early issues that contrarily sway the client experience. Among them, the gadget haphazardly auto-dialing contacts list is effectively the most irritating and disappointing one, particularly when it occurs in the middle of the night. Google Assistant’s hotword discovery highlight was viewed as the guilty party since turning it off impaired the auto-dialing issue of the new Pixels. One more brief fix was to clear the Google application’s settings and cache, yet it just worked for about a day or so before the irregular active calls fired up once more.

Google rushed to recognize the issue and said that a fix was in progress. After seven days, a Pixel Community Manager affirmed on Reddit that the issue had been settled in the most recent adaptation of the Google application (12.43.18 or higher), which can be found on the Play Store or over at APKMirror. If you don’t need your Pixel 6 or 6 Pro auto-calling arbitrary contacts in your phonebook, you should refresh to the most recent Google application as quickly as time permits.

There are lots of other Pixel 6 bugs that Google actually needs to deal with, particularly in regard to the finger impression scanner, so hopefully, the organization is effectively investigating fixing them too.