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The Android 10 update for Pixel 2 appears to be breaking Wi-Fi on some devices

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With big Android updates, we have seen phone owners complain about various issues. The latest now comes from the Android 10 update for Pixel 2 devices.

The full Android 10 update has been available for the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 devices for a while. However, there is information suggesting that the update has caused some issues. One of these issues is that the update has broken Wi-Fi functionality for some people.

As seen on an in-depth Google Support thread, many users have dropped complaints. Many of the complaints center around Wi-Fi no longer working properly after the update to Android 10 on their Pixel 2 devices.

Some people say that they are unable to connect to Wi-Fi consistently. Some others complain that they are able to connect to Wi-Fi but do not get internet access. In fact, it appears that there are issues with Bluetooth too.

The only solution for many users has been a factory reset and downgrade to Android Pie. But even this does not guarantee a fix to the issue. Google has also sent out replacements running Pie to some people who do not have the means to restore and downgrade to Pie.

Google has not yet officially responded to the complaints. We will update you as soon as we get any information about this.

Have you had issues with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth on your Pixel 2 device since updating to Android 10? Let us know your experience and possibly your fix in the Comments section below.

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Author: Vincent Abolarin

Vincent is an Electrical Engineer and smartphone enthusiast. Anything about smartphones, count him in!

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