Google Pixel 2 Problems

ElGuapo96

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#1
If any of you has had experiences with this phone, or if you art least well educated on this topic i would like to know what are some problems regarding this phone?l
It's obviously an amazing phone with ridiculous specifications and performance, but what exactly would be the bad things about this phone?
If you could just name a few things, a few flaws, i would really love to know. If there even are any problems :D
Thanks in advance, have a nice day :)
 
#2
I have a bit more experience with the Google Pixel phone, the following are
issues encountered with the phone their corresponding solutions:

1. Screen color is 'wrong'
Solution: Go to Settings, Display then Select the color profile that
you prefer.

2. Screen burn-in.
Solution: Contact Google support to get a replacement device, if you
notice screen burn-in within the first few weeks of use.

3. Bad Battery Life
Solution: Check for power-hungry apps, Uninstall unused apps, turn-off
always on display, reduce display sleep time, use a static wallpaper.

4. Slow Performance
Solution: Check battery settings for apps that are draining the battery,
uninstall old apps that are not in use, free up storage space.

5. LTE, Wi-fi and GPS Problems
Solution: Turn off the radio and on back again to fix radio issues.
Power cycle devices that are causing connection issues, Reconnect
to networks by Forgetting them in the network/device list then
connecting back, Reset network settings by going to the "Reset-WI-Fi,
mobile & BlueTooth" option.

6. Clicking noise in Pixel 2 Earpiece
Solution: Get the latest software update for the smartphone.

Hope this helps. :)
 

ElGuapo96

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#3
ElGuapo96
Damn, it seems like the battery duration is a massive problem in most newer phones. Haven't heard about a single one new phone that can last more than a day. What are we supposed to do about that, how to fix it? It's very important to have a lasting phone battery, since god knows what can happen and what you are going to need your phone for.
Also what did you mean by "Screen burn-in"? I don't think i quite understood that.
 
#4
Here's a video that I found regarding screen burn-in.



From what I understand, if you display an image long enough in your phone
for long periods of time, it will leave an image on the screen as if it was
"burned in".

As discussed from the video, there are several ways to avoid this:

1) Don't power your display at 100% brightness.
2) Change your background image regularly.
3) Turn off the "always on" display on the Clock app.

While screen burn-in does occur, it will take several years before you
notice it in your smartphone. So it's not much to be concerned about because
by the time it happens you already have a new smartphone.
 

ElGuapo96

Active member
#5
ElGuapo96
Wait, that is so weird. I have never even heard about that nor have experienced it. But as far as i have understood it is not a big deal? It doesn't seem like a problem that would cause any discomfort while using the phone. It seems completely harmless besides the fact that it doesn't look too pretty.
Nevertheless, thanks for the explanation, it's good to know things like these, so i can probably help someone in their time of need. Good stuff.
 
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