Google Cancelled Its Event Instead Conducting Live Stream Because Of Carona Outbreak
Yesterday Google was once triumphantly detailing its ultra-modern 'Pixel characteristic drop', which brings new performance to the devices it still supports.
Not all of the facets have been to arrive with the March update, however, some nonetheless did.
And it wouldn't be a Google software program rollout if there wouldn't be some show-stopping bugs cropping up from time to time. In this iteration of "what ought to possibly go wrong", it turns out that the March update broke Google Pay for AT& T's Pixel 4 units. Thus, the replacement for these gadgets has been halted.
Right now Google's page internet hosting full OTA zip files for the update mentions compatibility with all US carriers barring AT& T. Yesterday there was an extra construct there particularly for AT& T users. It's gone because Google didn't properly certify its own build, accordingly resulting in the aforementioned Google Pay issues.
Basically, users would get a warning that their telephone "doesn't meet software standards" when trying to use Google Pay. This also breaks other apps that use the same safety framework. Obviously this is effortless to fix, but as soon as again we're left thinking how such a rookie mistake was overlooked by the company's checking out prior to the update's release - if there even is such checking out taking vicinity at all.