Google will release an update to address a (major) software issue that results in some variants of the Pixel 2 randomly rebooting, revealed a Community Manager on the firm’s Product Forums. And it will arrive in the ‘coming weeks’, according to the internet giant.
The upgrade is also expected to patch a related bug, which causes the unit to emit a faint buzzing sound during telephone calls – and when playing miscellaneous audio, like voice notes, through the built-in earpiece speaker.
“Thanks for all the info you have provided and for those that sent over bug reports. We want to let you all know that we’ve identified a fix which will be rolling out in the coming weeks,” the Google employee wrote on the Pixel User Community.
Big G has had to release a number of maintenance updates since the generally excellent Pixel 2 – and Pixel 2 XL, for that matter – hit the shelves. Patches so far have included fixes for a number of frustrating issues, ranging from poor audio quality to unresponsive displays.
Hopefully the next upgrade will take care of the remaining issues in one fell swoop?
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