THIS IS YOUR (ONLY) FRIENDLY REMINDER TO KEEP THIS DISCUSSION CIVIL. (Caps/color used for attention, not because I feel anyone has crossed the line yet. We can agree to disagree, but please do so respectfully. Don't make things personal.) While I've had enough Samsung phones over the years to understand where the comment comes from about their bad code, whether I've mentioned it in this thread or not, I have been having some issues with my Pixel XL and Smart Lock Trusted Locations as well. It's sporadic and maybe I should take on-body detection off for a while and see if that helps, but on-body has been handy while I'm working in the field and need to make a call or check something quickly with dirty, torn up hands that don't always pass the fingerprint test. But, I'm pretty confident it's a Google issue. That's not to say that Samsung's code on top of Google's isn't making things worse, but while many of the posters in this thread are Samsung users, it's not limited to just them.