The Pixel 6 and 6 Pro have been tormented by a torrential slide of issues following their dispatch, and presently, another (in fact more modest) issue is heaping on: Magic Eraser has vanished for some individuals who have refreshed to the most recent variant of Google Photos. Fortunately, a fix is as of now coming.
As per a string on Reddit, the Magic Eraser choice in the Tools area under Google Photos’ editorial manager is straight up missing in the most recent application update, adaptation 5.67. We’ve had the option to prove as much dependably on various Pixel 6 units ourselves, and Mishaal Rahman shared as much on Twitter, as he ran into a similar issue.
As indicated by reports from certain clients, an update to Google Photos eliminated one of the Pixel 6’s enormous elements: the Magic Eraser device that allows you to eliminate undesirable items or individuals from your photographs. If your Pixel downloaded the impacted form, dread not: Google says it’s chipping away at a fix.
While the form of Photos with the Magic Eraser deleted doesn’t have all the earmarks of being accessible in the Play Store any longer, its essence on it was at a certain point (however we wouldn’t suggest downloading it).
As per one client, the messed up adaptation showed a tip about the item evacuation include, regardless of it done being available in the application.
While we at first associated the issue to emerge on the grounds that with sideloading some unacceptable form of Google Photos on the Pixel 6 through APK Mirror or comparable stages, it appears as though Magic Eraser is likewise vanishing for those utilizing only the Play Store for refreshes.
In the event that you actually approach Magic Eraser, ensure you turn off programmed refreshes for Google Photos for the present. You can do that by visiting the Google Photos Play Store posting on your telephone and afterward hitting the three-spot menu in the upper right corner, where you want to untick the Enable auto update mark.
Google representative Alex Moriconi let the organization “distinguished an issue right on time in the rollout of [its] most recent Photos update and are giving a fix without further ado.”
Google likewise says that the issue didn’t influence everybody, which mirrors our experience — two Verge staff with Pixel 6s said that they didn’t have any Google Photos refreshes accessible and that they were as yet ready to utilize Magic Eraser.
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