Google to send out update to fix random reboot issue on the Pixel 2 smartphones


Google’s Pixel 2 smartphones have been in the news for all the good and the bad reasons. The current issue being the random reboots faced by some users, for which Google has said that it will roll out a fix in the coming weeks.

The issue was reported by quite a lot of users on the Google Product Forum. The issue was first noticed just after the launch of the Pixel 2 smartphones whereas some users started experiencing the issue after the November security update. Google has not given any information regarding the cause of the random rebooting but it is believed to have been caused by the LTE modem.

The update that is supposed to bring the fix does not have a specified time frame, and it might come bundled with a monthly security update or a Android software release. Google is set to roll out the latest Android version to the Pixel 2 smartphones in December, and the fix might come as a part of the same. Orrin Hancock, Google Community Manager, confirmed that the fix will be rolling out in the coming weeks as stated by a Google spokesperson. Expect the update to hit anytime between now to the end of December.

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