Last year, Google introduced “Hold for Me,” an exclusive function for Pixel devices that may notify you when a company eventually picks up your call. According to XDA Developers, that capability has been temporarily disabled on the Pixel 6 owing to a glitch. The glitch was found in the December update. Google warned in a community post that Pixel 6 customers may also lose the Call Screening feature. Which prevents robocallers from dialling your phone.
Pixel 6 comes loaded with features. It is loved by the users because of the unique features and a strong body it has. Not only this but the camera and display are also of an amazing quality. The phone is known to be the best one by google. Let us know why Google has stopped the hold for me feature.
Why have they deactivate hold for me feature from pixel 6?
“We are deactivating Hold For Me and Call Screening for Pixel 6 smartphones operating on the Android S December QPR release. It is due to an issue in the December Android update,” the firm noted. The problem only affects Pixel 6 phones that have received the December 2021 security update, not older models. You should still be able to use those features if you haven’t yet gotten the update.
What do the developers have to say?
According to XDA Developers, Hold for Me was originally a US-only function that was recently added to Canada. It employs Google’s Duplex AI to recognise when a live person answers the phone. However, saving you the agony of listening to repetitive elevator music or pre-recorded messages. Duplex AI, which launched with the promise of automatically arranging restaurant reservations for you, is also used in Google’s Call Screening technology.
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