Pixel 6 Fingerprint Scanner Not Fast Enough For You? Here's A Super-Easy Fix
The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro officially hit the market last week for sale. The reviews have been a bit mixed for Google's latest smartphone. While most like the new design of the phone itself, the camera, and some of the new features, there are areas where Google will need to improve with some possible updates. One of those is its fingerprint scanner.
There is a temporary fix to the problem as we await a permanent solution from a future software update. It lies within the settings of the Pixel 6 and is aimed at increasing the display's touch sensitivity. The path to the setting can be found by navigating to Settings > Display. You will then scroll down to just below where it says "Other display controls" where you will find an option to toggle on "Increase touch sensitivity".
If you are a current owner of a Pixel 6 or 6 Pro, or are looking to get one, this quick fix could save you from getting thumb resentment toward the phone. You can give thanks to ZAKtalksTech, who tweeted this fix out recently. Hopefully Google will address the issue quickly, however, and users will be giving a thumbs up to its fingerprint scanner at last.