Google solved the problem burnable display Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL


This morning, we have a new bug that is ailing the Pixel 2 XL's sibling, the Google Pixel 2.

Google lists many features sported by its larger Pixel 2 XL, from the slimmer bezels to the OLED display to the oleophobic "oil" coating, which is meant to stop fingerprints and smudges appearing on the device. Some have found that disabling this feature prevents the issue, others say that even just toggling it off and then on is a temporary solution. Another Pixel 2 XL user vented his frustration in a Google+ post where he claimed to notice the issue within hours of purchasing it. It is important for us to highlight the fact that Google's Pixel 2 victory over Apple's iPhone X came with their single 12 MP Shooter itself who was quite underrated and underestimated ever since we got drenched in the portrait season.

Pixel 2 XL users have flooded the Pixel User Community forum with complaints. Unlocking the bootloader on the new Pixel 2 is pretty easy and if you know what you're doing, it'll take only a few minutes. Owners of both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL handset are already being recruited to join a class action suit against Google, HTC and LG because of issues with the display on both phones. Users speculate that the issue on Pixel 2 and select Pixel 2 XL units are hardware related. The latest one that has surfaced is related to the bigger Pixel 2 XL model. Multiple users have said the solution works.

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Blowing into the bottom speaker can revive microphones that are playing up. Blowing into the speaker like you would an old NES cartridge.

Some users even have reported a odd screen flashing which happens when you lock or unlock the phone.

Interestingly, users have added that blowing into the front speaker when the microphone is working causes it to fail again.