Pixel 6 Pro slow charging problem is an “intended feature” and not a bug


Recently, many users of the Google Pixel 6 Pro phone reported that there is a glitch that causes the phone battery to charge slowly. The 5,003 mAh battery that supports 30W fast charging takes a long time to be fully charged.

One user on Reddit said the new Pixel phone took 3 hours to charge from 23 percent to 100 percent, while another user said the Pixel 6 Pro went from 10 percent to 50 percent in one hour. All users confirmed that they noticed that the range between 80 percent and 100 percent was slower charging.

But it seems that this is not a bug in the first place, but rather an advantage! As the company has deliberately added this feature already with the battery Pixel 6 Pro.

This feature is called Adaptive Charging, and it uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to determine when a user connects the Pixel 6 Pro to its charger each day. And adaptive charging basically helps keep the smartphone battery in a healthy condition.

Thus, charging speeds typically drop by about 80 percent while calculating how fast charging will need to reach 100 percent before unplugging the device.

Users can disable this feature in Settings, although battery life may deteriorate faster in the long run.

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