Cette question de mic 3 Pixel Google est une mauvaise nouvelle si vous l’utilisez comme un habitué…

Question de mic ce Google Pixel 3

Cette question de mic 3 Pixel Google est une mauvaise nouvelle si vous l’utilisez comme un habitué… Question de mic ce Google Pixel 3

This Google Pixel 3 mic issue is bad news if you use it like a regular phone

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28 réflexions au sujet de “Cette question de mic 3 Pixel Google est une mauvaise nouvelle si vous l’utilisez comme un habitué… Question de mic ce Google Pixel 3”

  1. Haven’t tried this phone myself, but it sounds similar to the issues I had on my Nexus 6P and the issues with the noise cancelling microphone?

    My phone worked fine on speaker or through a headset, but when using it ‘normally’, it sounded like I was on one side of the room and my phone on the other.

    Edit: had said Next 7, meant 6P.. in saying that, man I miss my Nexus 7.

  2. Is this carrier specific or band specific or VoLTE specific?

    I’m in Europe and using it on Orange 4G (no VoLTE, fallback to HSPA+ when handling calls) I never had this issue.

  3. I had a similar issue with my Nexus 6p. I’ll never forgive Google. Because I bought the phone through Google Project Fi, Google wouldn’t help me. Project Fi didn’t even bother listening to me. I couldn’t use my phone as it’s main purpose.

  4. This is a similar issue that happens on the OG Pixel, and is something that affects the Pixel I currently own. How has Google not fixed this yet? I haven’t heard of other manufacturers having the same issue.

  5. I know that there are pixel 3 openers that haven’t experienced this. Others have. One of the 3 failed RMAs I did in my 3 xl at launch, which I ended up returning for a refund, had this.

    My issue isn’t that some people are experiencing this while others don’t in some sort of contest of who can convince the others that their situation is the norm.

    My issue is with the poor quality control and quality assurance that Google, the software and hardware designer, has on phones that they charge nearly $1000 for. And this is continuing 5 months after launch. THAT is the unacceptable aspect in all this. I’ve owned every generation of pixel so far and as much as I can admit that Google provides one of the best camera experiences on a phone, getting a pixel has always felt like being a paying beta tester. I cut my losses with the pixel 3, and unless Google can show marked improvements, I’ll be giving up on Google’s phones.

  6. Have a pixel 3 xl, have had a few people complain that they can’t hear me very well. Assumed I had managed to get water in the mic or something by accident…but maybe not!

  7. I remember all the pixel fanboys shitting on the OnePlus 6t when it came out. Since then I’ve seen all kinds of posts about issues with the pixel phones meanwhile my beautifuly priced Chinese machine is running like a dream. The camera is good enough for my photojournalism professor. Fingerprint scanner is meh but I don’t mind punching in my pin code. Not another issue I could name. Stop buying over priced shit!

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