A new problem related to Google's Pixel 2 smartphones has come to light. Over at the company's official Pixel forum, several users have been reporting issues with the included USB-C to 3.5mm headphone adapter for quite some time now.
Specifically, users say the adapter doesn't work as the sound comes from the phone's speakers instead of headphones.
Troubleshooting steps like rebooting the phone or operating it in the safe mode worked for a few users, but as you'd agree, those are not convenient solutions. Some of those who contacted Google support were offered replacements.
Officially, the Mountain View, California-based company hasn't said anything on the matter yet.
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