Google Working on Reliability Enhancements for its Tracking Network Google Working on Reliability Enhancements for its Tracking Network

Google Working on Reliability Enhancements for its Tracking Network

This year, Google finally launched its upgraded “Find My Device” network after several delays. However, testing has found the Chipolo One trackers’ network to be somewhat unreliable. It appears that Google is aware of this problem and is working on improving it.

A Google employee said updates are coming within weeks. These will speed up and improve how the network finds lost items. As more devices connect over time, tracking will get better too. In the meantime, enabling all-area searching may provide some help.

People with new Chipolo or Pebblebee tags have reported not seeing location updates often. The upgrades being worked on should make the trackers check in more frequently.

There are no magic fixes yet, but sticking with the recommended network settings could help a little for now. And an upgraded tracking system from Google is in the works for more dependable device discovery in the future.

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