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Google Pixel 2, 2 XL owners are reporting random crashes with Android Auto

Pixel 2 devices users have reported random Android Auto crashes while using. And some have experienced it while using the Google Play Music and Google Maps, which is solved are disconnecting the device and connecting it later on.

There have been multiple bugs reports in Google’s PIxel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices, including where users were unable to receive text messages and screen burn-in issues. But it is not it, now users of Pixel 2 devices are having issues with the Android Auto and poor quality audio while recording videos.

The Android Auto is designed for cars to feature a safer way for users to interact with mobile devices while driving. However, according to a report by GSMArena, most of the Pixel 2 devices users have reported random Android Auto crashes. Multipleusers say that they have experienced it while using the Google Play Music and Google Maps, due to which users have to reconnect their devices after the crash.

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The issues are only reported in the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL devices, however, the last generation Pixel devices are working perfectly fine. Further, Ford, VW, Kia, Honda and Volvo car models are experiencing the Android Auto crash issue with the Pioneer and Sony audio system units.

Moving to the poor quality issue, Tom Shelton, a Pixel 2 XL device owner was the first person to notice the very bad sound quality in recorded videos, and later on, many users reported the same. Google has confirmed about the issue and soon to fix the problem with an update.

Further,Orrin Hancock,Nexus and Pixel community manager said,“If it happens only occasionally, then there might be something software related that is interfering with the way audio is getting recorded. If it happens all the time, then it might be a hardware issue, unfortunately,”

Meanwhile, Google has announced two-year warranty worldwide on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, to assure users that pixel devices are completely fine. The warrant was extended after Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL users have been experiencing display burn-in and clicking sounds issues.

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