A couple of days ago we reported on a bug that would make pictures disappear on the Pixel 3 and 3 XL. As a matter of fact, this bug is affecting previous Pixel phones as well. Under certain circumstances, sometimes the pictures taken are not being saved. The exact reason behind the bug isn’t known, but could possibly be memory management or the Camera app.

Regardless, Google has confirmed that it is going to fix this. “We will be rolling out a software update in the coming weeks to address the rare case of a photo not properly saving“, a Google spokesperson told AndroidPolice. The fix will be rolling out to previous Pixel phones as well, so if you don’t have the latest and greatest but still experience this behavior, you’ll get a fix as well. There are some other bugs people are reporting with the new Pixels, but apparently Google is committed to fixing them and offering an elevated user experience.




Anton is the Editor-in-Chief of Pocketnow. As publication leader, he aims to bring Pocketnow even closer to you. His vision is mainly focused on, and oriented towards, the audience. Anton’s ambition, adopted by the entire team, is to transform Pocketnow into a reference media outlet.

Contact: [email protected]

You May Also Like
Qualcomm-Snapdragon-778G-Plus-480-Plus-680-and-695-chipsets
Qualcomm announces new Snapdragon 480+ 5G, 680 4G, 695 5G, and 778G+ 5G SoCs
Qualcomm announced several upgraded SoCs, including the mid-range, Snapdragon 778 Plus 5G, Snapdragon 695 5G, the Snapdragon 680 4G, and 480 Plus 5G SoC.
Google-Pixel-6-lineup-official-images-from-Google
Pixel 6, 6 Pro coming October 28, dirt cheap, leak suggests
According to the latest leaks, Google Pixel 6 series could start at $599.
Samsung One UI 4.0
Samsung could release a One UI 4.0 as early as November
Taking a closer look at the new changelog, it reveals that Samsung may soon release the Android 12 based One UI 4.0 software to supported Galaxy devices.