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Google began to take seriously Pixel 2’s camera crash

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Google has been in a rather embarrassing situation – such as being affected by a fatal error, causing the camera app to open or try to take a photo A crash has occurred.

Since the release of the Pixel 2 / 2XL smartphone last fall, Google has been in a rather embarrassing situation – such as a fatal error that caused the camera app to crash when it was turned on or trying to take a photo. Although not everyone is affected by it, Google seems to have been unable to really solve it. Until earlier this week, Made by Google’s official Twitter account responded to a frustrated consumer, saying the team was “fixing” the bug.

On Sunday, a Pixel 2 XL user expressed frustration on the fatal crash of the camera app on Twitter, and Google quickly responded.

The advice is that users with similar problems can try to clean up the camera app’s cache. However, the user explained that he had cleared the cache and performed a full factory reset, but it didn’t help.

A few minutes later, Made by Google officially pushed the operator back online and advised her to put the phone in flight mode before attempting to take a photo. Unfortunately, this solution is not only ridiculous, but also has no improvement.

Just as she was desperate, the user received the last message – the Pixel team was aware of the “fatal camera error” and is currently working on a solution.

Confusingly, many users have reported similar questions a few weeks after Pixel 2 was released. Why did Google waste so much time to post a reply?

It should be pointed out that this is just a tweet that Reddit users happen to discover, not a formal official statement. The question now is, can Google release a camera bug fix for Pixel 2 before releasing Pixel 3 this fall?

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