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How to Fix Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 Xl Bluetooth Problem

There is already an issue of the screen in Google Pixel 2 Xl and now there is another problem which is faced by many Google Pixel 2 users and also Pixel 2 Xl users. It is a Bluetooth issue in both of these Android smartphones.

There are users who have faced a problem with their Bluetooth and also reported the issues which are bothering the users of Google Pixels 2 and Pixel 2 Xl. Some users have reported about their issue that the voice input in Bluetooth is not working fine and some of them have reported about the audio of the Bluetooth.

How to Fix Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 Xl Bluetooth Problem 1

The first issue of voice inputs, the voice calls in this phone works okay. Pixel 2 handset are not able to sense the voice input from Bluetooth. This issue is usually occurring when using Google assistant, for the user of Google Pixel 2 this phone does not respond to Bluetooth handset.

This issue of voice input through Bluetooth makes the Google Pixel 2 user hard to make any call using Bluetooth or commanding on Google assistant.

The second issue reported by users is the audio playing problem when using Bluetooth. In this problem when the user plays the audio either the Bluetooth connection breaks off or the played audio keeps on dropping even after the connections are paired properly. Some users have also reported an issue in pairing that they have to pair multiple times.

So, if you are the one facing these Bluetooth problems on your Google Pixel 2 we have a solution for you.

Just follow these steps, also the Google Pixel 2 and google Pixel 2 Xl security patch is out which will help to resolve some of the Bluetooth issues.

Google Pixel 2 and Google Pixel 2 XL Temporary Bluetooth Fix

Until the time we get any official updates from the Google to fix the Bluetooth issue in Google Pixel. We suggest you try this fix listed below so that you can fix this Bluetooth issue for the time being.

  • Open the Settings of the phone
  • Go to About
  • Tap on the Build Number for seven times to Enable the Developer Options
  • Now return back to the main Settings and find the Developer Options settings there.
  • There will be a Bluetooth Audio Codec and select AAC there right below the developer options, tap on it.
  • Now pair your Bluetooth devices and again and we hope that it will fix the Bluetooth issue on your pixel 2.

Aamir Jamal

An Android Geek and audiophile who love to read and write reviews/tutorials about gadgets and new tech stuff. He has written 1007 guides and other posts.

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