Recently, Google updated its newly launched Pixel 6a with Android 13 Beta 4.1 and fixes some bugs and improved system stability. Today, the Slashgear editor revealed that after upgrading the Pixel 6a, the device was very slow to unlock. The update also appears to break the ability for users to add fingerprints and keeps getting a “Fingerprint cannot be processed” error.
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Slashgear Editor Mehta tweeted: “The Pixel 6A still works after the Android 13 update, but the recognition process is very slow. If you try to add a new fingerprint after removing the old one, you will often encounter the error message ‘Unable to Handling fingerprints'”.
So far, the only solution to this problem is to roll back the Pixel 6a to the stable version of Android 12. It’s important to note here that any beta software from Google comes with a disclaimer that bugs may occur because the system is (by definition) still in beta. It’s very likely that this issue will be resolved when the phone receives the official version of Android 13 later this year.
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