Google Pixel 2's buzzing noise issue will be fixed by upcoming update

Google Pixel 2's buzzing noise issue will be fixed by upcoming update

Google Pixel 2's buzzing noise issue will be fixed by upcoming update

This one is meant to fix annoying buzzing sounds that some Pixel 2 users keep hearing during calls.

Another noted: "I received my white Pixel 2 on Thursday and I have the clicking sound, exactly like the second hand on a watch".

Most importantly, once Google Assistant exhausted its support options, it offered to connect the device owner to Google support via phone or chat-user's choice.

It had been high time that Google fixed the issues raised by its customers.

Back in October, Google announced that its machine-learning powered visual analysis app Lens will hit Pixel and Pixel 2 phones later this year. You should update the Google app on your smartphone to get the update.

Google's latest flagship devices, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, are turning out to be quite buggy in nature.

It's good to know that the issue will soon be resolved. In case you are confused, it is a different issue from the clicking noise that was reported by Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 owners.

Now, as reported by Android Police, one of Google's community managers acknowledged the issue in a short post. This official confirmation news make the people of the Pixel 2 phone happy as they will get a proper fix for the issue on their phone so that they will get the most of the phone.

Now, the company is promising another security update to fix unusual noises in Pixel 2 series. They are able to turn off this sound from the phone just by turning off the NFC.

Google Lens can do a lot of other tasks as well.

Google Lens can also be described as a camera for Google Assistant that can bring up relevant contextual information on demand.

It's worth noting that the Google Lens feature is limited to the Pixel devices for now.

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