Anonymous, 10 Jun 2020Solution: Stop buying those stupid, totally wireless earbuds. They not only fall out easily ... moreNot to mention there's another dose, bubble of BT radiation within a users' head on top of all the radio waves found everywhere...
With 296 I'm now having all these problems I have been reading about
Anonymous, 11 Jun 2020bluetooth connectivity on all pixel are so bad, I own three pixel devices and all of them have... moreI've owned three and haven't had Bluetooth issues, honestly I haven't had any issues with my Pixels that haven't been fixed with the next update, besides battery life, but that's what I get for buying a small phone.
Sounds to me like usual Bluetooth connectivity problems, that apparently gets worse with TWS than the neckband/headphone/connected buds Bluetooth designs.
Good luck to their software team fixing that...
I guess this means Google won't be fixing the Pixel Buds connectivity issues.
bluetooth connectivity on all pixel are so bad, I own three pixel devices and all of them have bluetooth issue
If google keeps going this way, they're hardware department will end up finished. They must absolutely not screw up with the pixel 4a, again.
Yeah that's crazy how they're doing this hardware. I just got a Pixel 4 because my original died. I'm going to do everything I can to get rid of this phone I hate it. It doesn't work like it should. Yeah obviously it doesn't have a headphone jack or fingerprints reader. Just be insane. The phone turns on four times faster That's the only positive I can say. That's really upsetting that they screwed up the new pixel buds too. They're hardware department deserves to burn.
Akira Kurou, 10 Jun 2020These issues would not have happened if they just put a headphone jack and provide the normal ... moreGood thing there are headphones that work both as wired and wireless. Too bad the jack is now associated to poor people by companies like Apple and now Samsung. See note 10 lite.
These issues would not have happened if they just put a headphone jack and provide the normal earphones with the pixel. Now they have a number of bugs that require fixing.
Stop buying those stupid, totally wireless earbuds. They not only fall out easily making them very easy to lose, but they make a very mediocre stereo pair as well in terms of stereo imaging, connectivity, audio delay/stereo synchronization and signal reliability.
If you must have wireless, go for neckbands and wire-paired bluetooth earbuds (left and right earbuds connected with a wire) as they are far more reliable with better stereo/audio performance (no cut offs, sync problems, hiccups, etc.) Also those are less dependent on proprietary software that can render them dysfunctional as soon as manufacturers like Google decide its time for you to upgrade and throw out your still functioning Pixel buds. Who says software upgrades only slow older phones down? They can also render completely wireless bluetooth earbuds obsolete and dysfunctional.