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Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro users continue to face wireless charging issues

Since December 2021, Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro users have continued facing wireless charging issues despite several attempts to fix them.

While several bugs assailed the Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, none has proven to be as difficult as the issue with wireless charging. Also, the fact that the issue affects users differently has made it hard for Google to fix it.

Meanwhile, wired charging continued to work fine throughout this ordeal.

Initially, it had been hoped that Android 12L beta 3’s launch would fix this issue in February 2022. As it turned out, this had not been the case, and many users started looking forward to the March update.

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However, one user said that they could charge properly using wireless charging when their Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro was placed in safe mode. This hinted at the issue being caused by a third-party app. Another owner said that they successfully charged with a wireless charger when their device was turned off to further give this idea credence.

Another set of users claims that the solution to wireless charging for the latest Google Pixel smartphones was the choice of chargers. While one said that Namami wireless charger juiced up their phone, another said that Anker Wireless PowerWave Charging Pad was the solution.

We are not certain if changing chargers is the right call as some still continue to experience issues after doing so. We know that the long-awaited March software update did not solve the issue.

This is a real downer for Google Pixel lovers, but the makers assure their users that they are working on a permanent fix. In the early days of the wireless charging fiasco, Google sent some users a new device after complaining. We are not sure if Google is still doing that.

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