Since the day Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL released, the American company is in news for all the wrong reasons. People who have purchased the latest pixel phones are complaining about several reasons.
Some are getting a weird noise from the pixel phones while some handsets have reached to the market without the operating system. Some users are also facing issues with the microphone and slow-charging. There are some owners of the Pixel 2 XL who are getting the screen flashing while they are unlocking and locking their handset.
And now recently, some of them have complained about the Google forum that the Google Assistant is not working with Bluetooth headphones with Google Pixel 2.
Both the latest pixel phones- Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are facing this issue on various brands of Bluetooth headphones. Right from day one people have been facing this issue.
When the user is trying to communicate with the Google Assistant with the Bluetooth headphone the mic automatically mutes as soon as it is activated. Both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are facing this issue. In this, while Google has released a new software update, even that didn’t work out.
“The November software update for Pixel is rolling out starting today, and it will reach all devices over the next week. This update includes some of the enhancements we posted about on October 26, such as the new Saturated color mode for Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, a fix for the faint clicking noise heard in some Pixel 2s, and other bug and security updates,” a community manager commented on the Google Support forum.
Google’s rocky start is not a good sign for them, because if they don’t fix these issues quickly then it will leave a black mark on the company’s reputation. Gradually users will stop trusting the giant company. Dear Google pull up your socks and jump into clean the dirt!
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