In the End, problems for the Google with Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL seems to have not stopping as every passing day we now are noticing some of the other issues seeing the light in the day and Google is to be blamed for such an immature approach.
In what might be one of the strangest twists of Google's disastrous Pixel 2 launch saga, some users are finding that they are able to bring their faulty microphones back to life by blowing on them. However, a few Pixel 2 XL users on Google's Product Forums and Reddit are claiming that the coating on their phones has already started wearing out. Yes, it works for NES and Game Boy cartridges, and it just might save your Google Pixel 2. It will be interesting to see how Google is going to respond to the new issue.
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He was spoke on customary condition of anonymity. "So everyone has joined and the U.S.is now so isolated". US President Donald Trump announced in June that he meant to quit and Nicaragua has said it will join.
Pixel 2 XL users have reported the issue on Pixel User Community. When users make a call the other person on the other side can not hear them. The latest one that has surfaced is related to the bigger Pixel 2 XL model. This is an issue beyond just phone calls, though, as things such as voice recognition use the same microphones. However, a user shared in a recent post that the problem may be resolved by blowing into the bottom speaker. Now, we don't know exactly why the mics are behaving like this, it is probably due to some hardware issue.
The Pixel User Community forums post, which was first published back in October 21, has now gained some attention with other users reporting to be experiencing the same issue. "Blowing into the speaker when the microphone is working causes it to fail", Zeird wrote. This doesn't happen all the time.