At this factor, I’m convinced that we’ll be reporting on a new Google Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL problem everyday except 2018, on the earliest. On Friday, Android Police highlighted the ultra-modern in an never-ending string of problems with Google’s new flagship telephones: Pixel 2 homeowners are reporting that Google Assistant isn’t working with Bluetooth headphones.
According to those affected, the challenge vegetation up at any time when Bluetooth headphones with a microphone are linked to the Pixel 2. When customers attempt to prompt Google Assistant, the headphones make a noise to denote that they’re listening, however the microphone fails to observe their voices. After trying out headphones from a couple of brands, including Anker, Beats, LG and Plantronics, the customers have decided that the trojan horse is hardware agnostic.
Stories of this issue return at least so far as October 20th, but even the present day software updates haven’t provided a fix. The good news is that the Pixel user community thread in regards to the challenge was once initiated by means of a Google community supervisor, so Google is mindful of it, on the very least. But not like probably the most other (seemingly countless) disorders that the Pixel 2 has faced, this one appears to be particularly wellknown, because the thread has topped 140 posts.
As difficult as this challenge is on its own (in particular coupled with the display burn-in, the phones shipping with out working techniques, the misguided mics and the whole lot else), Google is anticipated to start transport its AirPod competitors, the Pixel Buds, in the coming days. If people who find themselves experiencing the problem are walking into difficulty with every pair of headphones they are attempting, presumably the Pixel Buds can be affected as well.