Google released Pixel and Pixel XL last year and it is time for us to have its successors. While all of us are waiting for Pixel 2, there has been one staggering issue which has made our experience a little problematic. The Bluetooth connectivity has been a source of disappointment since Pixel's launch.
The issues seemed to be following the Android 8.0 Oreo update which happened in August and since then, there have been multiple problems. However, in its October security update, Google has fixed some of the Bluetooth connectivity issues. The users can now take a sigh of relief as the Gooogle community manager Orrin posted about fixing some issues in Pixel and noted that more issues will be solved over the next updates.
Some users could be using the updated Pixel right now as the October security update began quite a few days ago. Orrin has also urged the users who are enjoying the current update to write about their experiences on Google's support page. We hope that these fixes rule out the probability of Pixel 2 experiencing a decrease in sales due to connectivity issues in Pixel and Pixel XL.
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