Google switched to under-display fingerprint scanners with the 6.6 Pro, but that doesn't seem like a big deal to fans. In a seamless Android experience, the slow and unreliable fingerprint scanner on Google's latest phones pissed users off enough to warrant the company's official response. According to Google, the reason is related to its advanced security algorithms.
Prior to the Pixel 5A, Google used a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner that also supported some useful gestures to lower notifications or speed up settings. For the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro, the company used a more elegant and modern scanner. Try the fast Google Android user interface. Of course, sticking with the fingerprint sensor on the back was more straightforward, but in terms of responsiveness and speed, in-display fingerprint scanners some time ago (as an OP7 Pro user) filled that gap. p> < p> Of our problems we are sorry. The Pixel 6 fingerprint sensor uses advanced security algorithms. In some cases, these additional protections may take longer to confirm or require more direct contact with the sensor. Try the troubleshooting steps: https://t.co/uTbifE5Uyo. Thanks. Vi Levi- Made by Google (madebygoogle) November 6, 2021
This issue has puzzled Pixel 6/6 Pro users as to whether the bug software is to blame, however, now Google is responding and has tweeted (via Engadget) that "advanced security algorithms" are causing problems. These protections not only in some cases prolong verification times, but also require the user to place their finger more carefully on the sensor, which can lead to increased frustration. p>
It's still a matter of whether or not Google will do it, no talk. Deploy a software update that can reduce the security aspects of your algorithms for user convenience. However, it will provide an update next month to fix screen flickering issues on the Pixel 6/6 Pro.
Google says advanced security algorithms can slow down 6-pixel fingerprint scanners