With Android 8.1 bringing features found on the Pixel 2 to older devices, the Pixel C has also gained some updates in the form of a revamped launcher. However, the OTA did not go smoothly for early users, with some finding their tablets wiped following installation.
Having issues with your Moto G5 or G5 Plus? We’re here to help.
The Moto G5 and G5 Plus continue Motorola’s dominance in the budget segment, but like all phones, they’re not without their share of issues. Whether it’s erratic Wi-Fi connectivity, issues with the camera, or troubles with the bundled TurboCharger, there’s a lot of things that can go wrong with either device. Thankfully, you can usually rely on a workaround to solve the issues.
The love story between Google and bugs is one that will seemingly never end. Case in point: the company has just solved a problem first reported 13 months ago on its Google Product Forums concerning the incorrect temperature scale being shown on Android Auto head units.
Basically, people in the US (one of the only places in the world that uses Fahrenheit) randomly began seeing temperatures in Celsius on their Android Auto head units, whereas users overseas in countries like the UK, Canada, Italy, and so on had Fahrenheit pop up on their screens. Read More
Data not syncing for your Google Contacts? This is what to do.
You might not consciously think about it, but chances are you use Google Contacts every single day. It’s a fairly unexciting service, but it’s also one of the most important when it comes to communication. Unfortunately for some users, one of Contacts’ biggest features – data syncing – simply hasn’t been working.