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23 ноября 2018, 07:55

Google to Squash Pixel 3’s RAM and App Crash Issues in New Update


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Google will be resolving a frustrating issue its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL users have been experiencing with an update coming down the pipeline. According to 9to5Google, the memory management problem has been causing apps to crash out of nowhere on these particular phone models, and not only is Google aware of it, but will be rolling out a fix in the near future with December’s update to resolve it.

a sure fire way to kill a Spotify stream on the Pixel 3 is to open the camera and snap a few shots https://t.co/9sJibz0HEQ

— dan seifert (@dcseifert) October 16, 2018

The issue, which happens when users happen to open a specific app or take a photo with the phone’s powerful camera while using Spotify, causes some devices to force quit Spotify, which then allows the other app to perform normally. It’s a strange glitch, but a frustrating one, especially if you’re multitasking and listening to music while trying to accomplish something else. It’s indeed a software bug related to the phone’s camera’s artificial intelligence software, and not related to a dearth of RAM. Either way, it can be a frustrating part of being a Pixel owner, that’s for sure.

The fix isn’t included in the November update, according to Android Police, which does patch up a litany of issues such as those related to the device’s wireless charging abilities. Previously, the Pixel 3 would note that it was charging at full speed even when hooked up to a non-Google charging device. Now, it will display “charging slowly,” which denotes the 10W to 5W change in wattage from the official Google-branded charging devices. That’s the biggest part of the November update, unfortunately.

There’s more to come for anyone affected by the RAM problem, however, so if you’re currently experiencing these issues, know that it’s going to be resolved soon – there’s definitely a light at the end of the tunnel! Hold out just a bit longer and you’ll be able to get your device right as rain.

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Source: https://www.geek.com/tech/google-to-squash-pixel-3s-ram-and-app-crash-issues-in-new-update-1759928/?source=google