Lol, the adapter must be rubbish or have high failure rate. Proper adapter should be able to communicate with phone usb controller.
Imperator Neubaticus, 19 Dec 2017Quality control. Perhaps google and lg can learn from samsung on this point. They certainly ha... moreAfter seeing the G6 and V30, I think that it is safe to say that their QC improved a LOT. Google f**ked up. And this one seems to be more of a software problem.
Thab33f, 19 Dec 2017Problem after problem, poor job from Google.Doesn't stop people from giving them money though. So carry on Google. :)
Imperator Neubaticus, 19 Dec 2017Quality control. Perhaps google and lg can learn from samsung on this point. They certainly ha... moreWhy should Google do better qc? All the tech bloggers keep raving about the Pixel 2 despite the horrible problems and their expensive prices.
Heck, Google doesn't even do proper qc on their own software. :D
AnonD-643743, 19 Dec 2017Should've just sticked with the 3.5mm audio jack. Hehehe That would have made too much sense.
Pay iPhone price, no headphone included, adapter doesn't work.
Wow, people just love paying $$$ to be fooled by Google. :D
wasox, 19 Dec 2017These pixel gadgets really resemble all those cheap generic no-brand disposable phones you can... moreYup. Because the most expensive top quality one hasn't had issues too. Like bars disappearing behind knotches.
That's not a software bug. It's a premium feature.
Quality control. Perhaps google and lg can learn from samsung on this point. They certainly had a hell of a quality control disaster last year.
Guys, my $100 phone has not given me any troubles.
This Pixel's full form is basically "Problem In eXceELence".
You try making a good thing, and problems happen. This time however, I guess too many problems.
They should have a money back scheme for disgruntled owners. Best choice. Whoever wants can keep them.
These pixel gadgets really resemble all those cheap generic no-brand disposable phones you can get at any sidewalk in a 2nd hand barter flea market for a few dollars, more troubles than benefits