Whenever Google Pixel smartphones are mentioned, the question that keeps hitting the minds of smartphone enthusiasts is “will these issues ever end?” Google’s Pixel smartphones have been plagued with a series of problems which include burn-in on the OLED panel, screen flash when the phone is unlocked, unresponsive screen edges and the faint buzzing sound during calls.
Now, there seems to be a fresh problem with Google Pixel 2. There have been complaints from different users on the Pixel Forum that the USB-C to 3.5mm headphone adapter doesn’t work as the sound comes from the phone’s speakers instead of headphones. Makeshift solutions for some users involves rebooting the phone or using it in safe mode. However, this is not a permanent solution and it is not convenient.
Although Google is yet to make an official statement with respect to this new complaint, information has it that those who contacted the company have been offered replacements.