You must have definitely encountered some or the other problems on your Android device. For anything about your device, you would either call the service center or keep searching for specific videos online. What if we tell you that now there’s a one-stop solution for all your needs? Well, Google has come with a hashtag on Twitter that will help you troubleshoot the issue.
Google setups tech support on Twitter
Now you can simply tweet your query directly on Android’s official Twitter account using the #AndroidHelp. With this hashtag, you can get the solution to the following problems:
- General Troubleshooting
- Identity and Authentication
- And many other Android features
Sadly, the Twitter account didn’t detail as much as the official Reddit post did. Taking a glance at the hashtag though, it may prove difficult to find any legitimate questions that the official Android team can actually help with. So many questions are already being posted relating to specific phone models and update timelines, which the Android team will obviously not be able to help with. It’s likely that any questions particular to a smartphone brand (that isn’t Google’s) will be redirected to that company’s own support. There haven’t been any official answers from the Android account either, yet.
So now you can shoot all your queries on this hashtag. We are sure that you will get all your questions answered. In case there’s an issue, you can always let us know on our social handles. What do you think about this move? Let us know in the comments.