Google releases fingerprint sensor calibration tool for Pixel 6, but use it with care

Last month, Google officially lifted the covers off of the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. Google’s latest phones feature a refreshing design, upgraded camera hardware, Google’s in-house Tensor SoC, the latest version of Android, and much more. However, the Google Pixel 6’s fingerprint sensor has been marred in controversy. Not only have there been issues with its speed but many are also worried that a screen replacement means that the fingerprint sensor will no longer work. However, Google has since added a fingerprint sensor calibration repair option to its Pixel Update and Repair tool.
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The Google Pixel Update and Repair Tool does exactly what it says on the tin. It’s used for fixing your Pixel smartphone and will be especially useful if you start messing with custom ROMs or other modifications to your phone. Recently, one feature that has been added and wasn’t available previously is the abi…

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