Google Assistant can now help troubleshoot your Pixel 2 issue

Google Assistant Troubleshoot
Google Assistant is able to help users troubleshoot on the phone. However currently this capability is only available to users of Pixel 2 devices. Users who use the developer preview version of Android 8.1 Oreo request Google Assistant related mobile phone battery that can not be fully charged. Google Assistant is then reported to enable troubleshooting features to the device.

Google Assistant performs a battery health check and scans the phone for applications that are predicted to be the cause of high battery consumption.

Once completed, Assistant will display an option to connect users to Google Support via phone or chat.

The system is quite intuitive, a minor problem is the inability of the Assistant to recognize the input of the cell phone number when . Google Assistant is also called capable of running diagnostic testing on camera and Bluetooth connectivity.

Additionally, not all features work now, and may only be available exclusively to Pixel 2 users in the United States, which uses a developer preview version of Android 8.0 Oreo.

These features are considered quite useful and will be better if not limited to Pixel 2. But not yet available information related to Google plans to bring this capability on other Android devices.

While previously some Pixel 2 buyers complained about their device coming with a bootloader that was locked and could not be opened. Users are complaining that the device can not do what it should be done by default.

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