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5 Google Pixel Problems & How to Fix Them

5 Google Pixel Problems & How to Fix Them

Read about top Google Pixel issues and know the quick way to fix them.

We are here with the solution of Biggest problems which users reported with Google pixel phones.

We have covered below Google Pixel issues in this post:

  • Google Pixel WiFi Problems
  • Pixel Bluetooth Problems
  • Pixel Camera Problems
  • Pixel Microphone Problems
  • Pixel Overheating
  • Pixel Battery Life Problems

So, let's start. Find out the quick and reliable solutions of above issues in this post.

Google Pixel WIFI Issue :

First quick suggestion is to toggle it off and back on : You can perform it by sliding down the notification bar and tap the WiFi quick-setting tile at the top. Then turn it back on and try to connect. Else, you can reboot the device usually to solves the problem.

Second option : Remove the WiFi network from your wireless network list and reconnect it. Pixel

Bluetooth Problems :

First Option : Remove all the paired Bluetooth devices and starting over, for the best experience.

Second option : Update your phone with the latest update (August Update) Google fixed this issue in that update.

Pixel Camera Problems :

Update your pixel phone with Android v7.1.2 as Google added tweak to fix all camera issues for pixel devices.

Pixel Microphone Problems :

Call someone than, Turn on the Speaker phone once then turn it off that will toggle the microphone and fix any issues.

Else, Update your phone with Android 7.1.2 update. Google added fixes of Pixel audio problems in it.

Pixel Overheating :

Pixel's fast charging feature. We suggest to avoid using phone while it's in charging. Or Head into Settings > Battery > and see if anything suspicious is at the top of the list. If so, uninstall it and contact the developer.

Pixel Battery Life Problems : We recommend customizing location settings, turning the screen brightness down to around 40% or automatic, and closing big apps you no longer need.

Head to Settings > Battery and see what’s at the top of the list. Typically Android system, Android OS, or the screen is at the top. If there’s an app at the top, something isn’t right. Uninstall it, disable the app, or tap on it and hit “Force Close” to kill an app that’s draining the battery.

Google's recent launch Pixel 2 is also facing lots of issues, we are also working to find the solution for pixel 2 issues also. Keep in touch with us for latest update.

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