With all of the apps that we are inclined to have working on our telephones, it’s a relentless fear as as to if the battery will be in a position to make it by means of the day — and that’s not helped when apps misfire and run power-draining options in the background. According to 9to5Google, a recent bug in Google’s Messages app on Android telephones left the digital camera working in the background — an effective way to each warmth up your cellphone and run down your battery.
The Google Messages app means that you can simply take a photograph immediately from the app and connect it to a chat message. According to the article in 9to5Google, the digital camera app would often preserve working, even while you didn’t have it on display screen. (This subject was also reported happening with a Pixel 6 Pro in a Reddit group.)
We weren’t in a position to reproduce the difficulty. However, in the event you do discover that your cellphone is unusually sizzling or the battery is working down particularly shortly, it could not harm to verify your digital camera isn’t nonetheless working — or to easily swipe the Messages app off the Recents view, which is able to shut the app down. You may also deny Messages permission to make use of your digital camera altogether by going to Settings > Apps > Messages > Permissions > Camera and choosing “Don’t allow.”
However, that won’t be mandatory. According to Scott Westover, communications supervisor at Google, the bug has been recognized and the repair is at the moment rolling out to customers.