The Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro‘s Magic Eraser function is a useful tool for erasing undesired items. It can also erase persons from photographs. However, customers are reporting that the Google Photos app crashes when they use it.
The problem magic eraser has been reported on Reddit and Twitter.
Some people have tried emptying the Google Photos cache. And rebooting their phone, but it doesn’t seem to fix the problem, according to Android Police.
Other problems have been reported with Magic Eraser and Google Photos. The function was mistakenly disabled during an app update in November, but Google quickly fixed it. Google has been asked by Engadget when customers may anticipate a remedy for the new issue.
Eraser causes the system to crash
The Pixel 6’s Magic Eraser was hailed as one of the most enticing new features. And it surely didn’t hinder sales. Even with persistent supply chain challenges, Google parent Alphabet announced in its earnings report this week. That it established an all-time quarterly sales record for Pixel in the final three months of 2021.
Updated at 4:34 p.m. ET on February 4th, Google directed Engadget to a Reddit remark made by its official account. “We are putting out a remedy today, so please upgrade to the newest version of Google Photos (188.8.131.526251772 or above) on the Play Store,” it says.