Oops, Android 13 seems to be the cause of a charging problem on Google Pixels

Android 13 is barely launched that Google Pixel owners complain about a rather annoying bug. These people face a problem when using wireless charging on their smartphone.

Android 13 is barely launched that Google Pixel owners complain about a rather annoying bug. These people face a problem when using wireless charging on their smartphone.

Owners of a Google Pixel smartphone can upgrade to Android 13, the new operating system update, since August 15, 2022. Gradually, Android 13 is rolling out to devices from other brands. Unfortunately, the debut of the new operating system hasn’t been smooth sailing, as The Verge spotted on August 19.

Several people reported that they encountered a bug after updating their smartphone. It’s wireless charging that seems to be the problem: it’s no longer usable since the switch to Android 13. On Reddit or Twitter, Internet users mention the concern. ” Hey @madebygoogle, I’m having trouble with my Pixel 6 Pro. It does not charge wirelessly. Tried a reboot, still no charge. I tried without a case, it still doesn’t charge and feels a little warm explains, for example, a user on Twitter.

Some users specify that their smartphone recognizes that it is connected, but that it does not charge. For others, wireless charging works for a few minutes, before stopping.

Which Pixel smartphones are affected by this bug?

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