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Google’s Pixel and Nexus handsets come with some awesome specifications and features, such as their cameras and Android 7.1 Nougat out of the box, but it seems that they also have some issues.

Some owners of these two handsets are now reporting that they have some issues with their devices. It seems that there are some problems when trying to pair the devices to their cars via Bluetooth connectivity.



Bluetooth Connectivity In Car

More and more owners of the mentioned devices are having this issue. There are some owners who claim that they are able to connect the device to car, but the link is not stable and the connection can be lost in any moment. It is not yet known what exactly is causing this problem and until now the big search engine company has not made an official announcement regarding it.

While some users think that the new Pixel and Pixel XL are the problem, others believe that the new Android 7.1 Nougat is actually the real issue. Well, we have to agree with the latter users, as Bluetooth connectivity issues also occur on the Nexus devices that run the latest Android OS.

So, if you have a Nexus, Pixel or Pixel handset that runs on Android 7.1 Nougat and you have some problems when trying to connect the handset to your car, then don’t worry about it, as you’re not the only one. However, Google is most likely already looking into the problem and they will most likely release a small patch that will fix it.

Unfortunately, when this will happen exactly nobody knows, but let’s hope that the big search engine company will make an official announcement soon.

Do you own a device that runs on Android 7.1? Do you have the same connectivity issues when trying to connect the mobile handset to your car?

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