Are you using WLAN Call? I've found that WLAN Call is unreliable at best. Not sure if it's a Pixel 6 or Android 12 problem. If I enable WLAN call, most calls either don't dial in at all or get hung up after some time. Once I deactivate that and use LTE/mobile network to make a phonecall, it works without a problem.Good evening guys. I notice that the phone is not doing well with the calls. It is slow to connect when I make a call other times It also never completes the call .... another problem when they call me while the sound starts to sound screen and the dialer appears .... For example to mention that in relation to the s21 ultra that I have done 3-4 seconds more to connect when I make a call ... does it cause you these problems? Do you have any solution in mind? ?Thank you very much
Here in Greece does not support wlan just supports LteAre you using WLAN Call? I've found that WLAN Call is unreliable at best. Not sure if it's a Pixel 6 or Android 12 problem. If I enable WLAN call, most calls either don't dial in at all or get hung up after some time. Once I deactivate that and use LTE/mobile network to make a phonecall, it works without a problem.
pixel 6 next week it saysThe update was released the minute you made your comment, lol. At least that's the timestamp of 9to5.
[Update: Pixel 6] Android 12 December security patch rolling out to Pixel, factory images & OTAs liveThe latest update of 2021 is rolling out today with the Android 12 December security patch for the Pixel 4a, Pixel 5, Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro...9to5google.com
Lol same. Return window will be up by then. Was waiting to give it a chance but this delay will mean I'll have to keep it. Ain't risking that. Back it goes
Well, if you are waiting for basic functions to be fixed you might think about that differently. My P6P is currently almost unusable outside of my WLAN. The mobile data connection on my Xiaomi Mix 2 worked from day 1!
Less than 24 hours from now. You might have to manually download it and apply the OTA yourself to get it that fast, but we'll see. No idea if or how much of a delay it would be before you would actually get it over the air.