Google first generation Pixel phones were released in last year, Since with the launch, the users frequently reported issues with smartphone. The Bluetooth feature of Pixel devices is not working properly when a user start pairing with other smartphone devices.
The users reported the problems facing on the Bluetooth connectivity and connecting the devices with Bluetooth has issues when a Pixel device is allow to connect with Car audio, Bluetooth speakers, and other devices. Android Oreo 8 comes to fix bugs and is improving the performance of Pixel devices.
Orrin, a Community Manager at Google, posted on the forum with the announcement of the October seaurity updates, fixing the Bluetooth connectivity issues. In his forum he states:
Thanks again to all of you that have given your feedback here on the thread and to those that sent over bug reports. It’s been extremely helpful for the team. We want to let you know that there are some Bluetooth fixes in the October security update (which is currently rolling out via OTA), and we will continue to roll out additional fixes over the next few updates.
Glad to hear that some of you have been reporting that the issues are resolved. For those on the Oct update, please post your experiences here. We’ll continue to monitor your feedback and keep this thread updated with any other information.
Google released October security updates for Pixel and Pixel XL devices. Finally the company solve the Bluetooth connectivity problems. The company released the OTA updates for this month security updates to fix major Bluetooth connectivity errors on Pixel devices.
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