Google says Pixel XL fast charging bug fix will arrive soon

Isaac Cain
August 17, 2018

Before the official release of Android Pie, aka Android 9.0, it was believed that Google will re-introduce the call recording in Android smartphones after considering the huge download numbers of such apps on Google Play store. Realising the growing demand for call recording feature, since then a lot many third-party apps offering call recording in Android smartphone have mushroomed.

Even if you can root your phone, there are still side effects, particularly with Google Pay, which will no longer work.

It's good news in bad news. This allows for a charging rate of 5V/3A, however some users have been reporting issues regarding quick charging ever since upgrading to Android 9.0 Pie. Google sent this out to its handsets last week, and Essential followed. As far as the changes go, you shouldn't expect anything out of the ordinary to be included in Motorola's Android Pie updates. Now that we know that Android Pie is arriving, we just have the easy task of smashing the Check Update button in the months ahead. It records and shows you how much time you have been spending on your device and where so that you can have a perspective on where your time is being invested.

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NEW DELHI:Google finally released the next version of Android. The update has rolled for Pixel supported devices and few other OEM supported with Android Beta. While some users report that the issue around the Pixel 2 XL is the same as the original Pixel, other users report that some units won't charge at all.

Another phone that experienced issues after the Android Pie update is Pixel's 2017 successor, Google Pixel 2 XL.

Of course it's a long-running headache for Google that new versions of Android take an age to make it to the majority of handsets. There are also external devices specifically created to record mobile phone calls, but they may not be compatible with your particular phone model, and the good ones tend to cost over $100. Since Marshmallow, Google has made it hard to record calls on Android phones by killing the recording API, but this has not stopped third party developers finding ways around it.

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