The all-new Google Pixel Android 9 Pie is finally out, but this time it has some little problems for some of the users. And users had already gone through many issues in Android P beta problems, and today I want to take you through what to know and how to fix them on your Pixel.Especially when Android 9.0 Pie officially available.
While we are waiting for Google to resolve the big issues, such as charging problem, wifi problem, and Bluetooth problem, etc.
Numbers of users already installed Android 9 Pie and experience frustrating problems.
Below, I have mentioned multiple detailed problems that Google Pixel users experienced, as well as a few potential solutions and easy method to deal with them. If you’re having the issue listed below, don’t get panic. This list will help you get your smartphone back in working order.
Android 9 Pie Gesture Control Problems
We hear a lot of users complain about the problems in new Gesture in Android 9 Pie. That’s why Google made an optional mode you had to enable. Here is solution how to enable gesture control in Android 9 Pie.
if the gesture home “unpleasant.” keep getting a freeze or hang on the screen while it’s off and charging.
Now we have to turn gesture controls off, then back on, which should fix your problem or gesture issue.
- Go to setting in the app tray
- Scroll down and tap on System option
- Now select the gesture option
- Tap on the 4th-row option Swipe up on Home Button
- Turn the button to OFF, then ait a minute and then turn it back to ON
Quick Charging No Longer Work After Updating to Android 9.0 Pie
The Google Pixel was the first handset to get the Android 9.0 Pie update. When some of the users updated to Android 9.0 Pie, they noticed that quick charging was no longer working. Google is aware of that and released the statement:
“We are aware of an issue where non-power Delivery USB-C charger no longer rapidly charge after the upgrade to Android 9.0 Pie. We are verifying a fix for non-Power Deliver(PD) USB chargers and will roll it out in the coming week.”
Use a charging adapter with power delivery (PD). If you do not have one, Google sells the adapter and charging cable on its Official(Website(https://store.google.com/product/usb_c_18w_power_adapter_2)
Wi-fi Connection Problem
Another problem noticed by the Google Pixel users is being unable to get or maintain an internet connection. There is several issues or threads on Google products forums full of people having this problem, and surprisingly we have a solution for this problem, and related issues are listed in Google Support and also has some suggestions.
- Restart your device.
- Go to Settings > Wi-Fi and toggle the feature off and on.
- Make sure Airplane mode is turned off. If it’s already off, turn it on, then off again.
- Remove the network you’re trying to connect to by going to Settings > Wi-Fi, then select the network. Tap Forget to remove it. Re-add it and try connecting once again.
- Reset your network settings: Settings > More (Under Wireless & Networks) > Network settings reset > Reset settings.
- Restart your router and modem.