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There was already trouble with the screen, charging and chargers, and now it’s time for range issues. Pixel 6 and 6 Pro continue to disappoint users.

Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro users are complaining about signal drops

The owners of the new Pixels are probably not satisfied with these smartphones. It is hardly surprising considering how many problems the devices cause them. Already on the first day, when the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro hit the hands of buyers, there were reports of problems with the display. In the following days and weeks, complaints were again reported, this time related to the charging and handling of chargers. Now is the time for range issues.

Threads have started popping up on Reddit and official support forums where users of Google’s new smartphones are complaining that their phones are losing coverage at random times. It is not a region-specific problem, as it occurs in the USA, Canada and other countries. For some, the connection to the network returned by itself, others had to restart the device.

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Interestingly, many people have experienced these problems recently, so it can be assumed that they are the result of a recent update. Google advised users to reset the network on their Pixel, which was not very helpful. For some, the problem resolved after replacing the SIM card at the operator’s, while for others – it was turned off in “Adaptive Connectivity” Settings. However, the cause of the loss of coverage has not been established, so you don’t really know how to 100% fix this problem. You probably have to wait for Google to come up with something. Again…