Some Google Pixel 3 and 3 XL owners have complained about problems with making calls to their devices.
Some Google 3 and 3 XL Google phones have trouble making calls.
According to PhoneArena, when Google launches Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, there are many bugs with two devices. A law firm has gathered users to file suit against LG, HTC (two companies producing second-generation Pixel phones) and Google. Finally, Google has submitted the necessary software updates to fix the errors on these two devices.
In October, we hear about the problem with the speakers with some Pixel 3 XL devices. Last month, a flashing display issue was a nuisance for Pixel 3. Now the latest issue with 3rd generation Pixel has just been discovered by the Pixel User Community at the Google Product Forums. This time, it involves connection on both Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. Some people complain that no one can hear them in the first few seconds of each call. One customer said that even if they changed a new device from Verizon, the situation would continue.
There are also other issues with the Pixel 2018’s call feature. A Pixel 3 XL owner posted an article saying that his phone was being affected by ” jarring sound, echoes big, causing tinnitus, then there is a period of silence … “. Many users say they have the same problem. These problems do not occur constantly but only occasionally. Restoring the original settings does not help either. Some users have been relieved when they disable the “Advanced or Enhanced” features available through their network, but others say it also does not affect. Troubleshooting.
As before, Google will likely release patches to fix the problem. Some people think that the December update has improved the issue with call connectivity. But for the majority of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL owners, the problem they have solved has not been resolved.