The Google Pixel 7 is a sales success: a relief for Google after the Pixel 6’s poor market performance last year. The Pixel 6’s issues were largely related to: numerous software errors of the deviceresolved only months after the device was released.
But today it seems that a The first bug was also discovered on the Pixel 7and of course on Pixel 6 and 6 Pro The problem lies in the auto-rotate feature of the device which can no longer switch from portrait to landscape. The bug is especially felt on YouTube where users have to manually zoom the video to landscape mode by tapping the icon in the lower right corner of the video.
Some Pixel users on Reddit, “[il bug] it mostly happens when i use youtube but also auto rotate function not working correctly. I need to enable it manually”. But other users have confirmed that the problem will not be limited to Pixel devices: In fact, a comment explains that the bug will also be found on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Obviously, if this latest report was confirmed, the matter would change completely: if the problem were limited to Google devices, a human mind would have a problem. Android bug for Pixel 6 and Pixel 7but other smartphones too brand If so, the issue could be caused by a glitch in the YouTube app, possibly brought about by a recent update.
However, the majority of reports Coming from users using Pixel smartphones, so it seems they are the ones most affected by the bug. In parallel, other reports have revealed that the audible “stop” feature of Google’s smartphones’ timers and alarm clocks has also stopped working in the past few hours: However, it is not clear whether the two problems are linked.
Source: Every Eye