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    This might be the weirdest Pixel bug of all time

    This might be the weirdest Pixel bug of all time
    The Google Pixel handsets are susceptible to some rather buggy behavior from time to time. Over the years there have been complaints about high-pitched noises on phone calls, metronome-steady tapping sounds on videos, screen burn-ins, color shifts on photos and more. Google is quite adept at sending out updates to exterminate these bugs.

    A Pixel 2 XL user posted on Reddit (via 9to5Google) what might be the strangest, weirdest most unusual bug in the four years that there have been Pixel handsets in the world. One small letter (usually "a" but other random letters have appeared) is found in the middle of a Pixel display, on all apps, even after turning the screen off and back on. Rebooting the device makes it go away temporarily, but a week or two later the letter reappears. A few other users (Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL) also claim to be experiencing the same thing. Google has yet to comment on this issue.

    Some Redditors suggest putting an affected Pixel in Safe mode to determine if the bug is being caused by a third-party app. If this is the source of the issue, you might be able to narrow down the possible culprits by looking for an app on your Pixel that allows users to draw over other apps.

    If you have experienced this weird floating letter bug, drop us a comment in the box below. And if you have found a solution for this, whether permanent or temporary, feel free to pass it along.



    1. saurabh7791

    Posts: 4; Member since: May 15, 2019

    Oh damn! I thought my phone was hacked when i saw such alphabet. I'm not sure it was an "A" but can confirm that there was an alphabet. It disappeared after a reboot and never appeared again. It's been maybe more then 2 months i didn't see it.

    2. ev0trix

    Posts: 36; Member since: Sep 08, 2015

    idk about weirdest. Remember that double notch on the pixel 3xl... lmao

    4. Jason2k13

    Posts: 1474; Member since: Mar 28, 2013


    5. inFla

    Posts: 195; Member since: Aug 17, 2018

    Considering all the bugs, I would like to see followup reviews on Pixels.

    10. saurabh7791

    Posts: 4; Member since: May 15, 2019

    Been using pixel 2xl for 1.5 years. The experience have been great. Not many bugs I've encountered and the performance have been stellar

    6. AlienKiss

    Posts: 297; Member since: May 21, 2019

    Did you guys know that most bugs and glitches that are not related to programming are caused by solar flares and space radiation? Clearly this is not the case. Google is so well known for having glitches that even if the sun goes mininova, nobody will believe it :))

    7. db1020000

    Posts: 38; Member since: Feb 17, 2019

    Pixels are the buggies phones by far

    8. jc.wilcox

    Posts: 15; Member since: Jul 14, 2014

    It is not exclusive to pixel 2 xl, Pixel 4 has it too and not only a single letter, you can see a full sentence. As you can see in this youtube video "Google may have cut too many corners... - Pixel 4 Review" from Linus Tech Tips Jump to 10:25 minutes in the video. and yes the only way to get rip off is to rebooting the phone.

    9. XP007

    Posts: 17; Member since: Oct 21, 2019

    It seems using stock and clean UI directly from Google doesn't make Pixel phones much more stable than other phones.
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