Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro Get Ghost Calling Bug Fix Through Latest Google App

The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have received a fix for the ghost calling bug that surfaced earlier this month. The problem was causing Google Assistant to make random phone calls on the new Pixel phone. Google has fixed a bug in the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro by releasing an update to the preloaded Google app. The new update comes just days after Google added heart-rate tracking to the Pixel 6 series via the Google Fit app.

Confirmed by a Pixel Community Manager fix for ghost calling bug, Latest it. has been rolled out via google app (version 12.43.18 and later) ie available for download Through Google Play, You can also get the updated Google app by sideloading apk file Which is available through APKMirror.

ghost calling bug began to take effect Some google pixel 6 And Pixel 6 Pro Users soon after the launch of the new phone. Some users reported incidents of random calls to their contacts, even when their Pixel phones were not in use. google assistant The reason for making a ghost call was found to be – misshearing sounds that trigger the hotword ‘Hey Google’ followed by orders to call phone contacts.

Some affected users noted that the problem can be fixed manually by disabling the ‘Assistant feedback on lock screen’ feature. However, this makes Google Assistant unresponsive until the phone is unlocked.

Last week, Google Started rolling out heart rate and respiration tracking features Through the Google Fit app. Both these features are already available on Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a.

There’s also the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro Fingerprint scanner affected by problems that remain to be resolved Google, In some cases, new Pixel models appear Unlock screen even using unregistered fingerprint, It appears that the fingerprint scanner is also causing the erratic delay in unlocking the devices.