Google launched its Pixel duo back in October last year and the devices were quickly wiped out during the holiday sales period. Many folks were highly anticipating these Pixel devices as this was Google’s first attempt on a mass market product.

The Google Pixel is, no doubt, an impressive device. It sported a 5.0-inch AMOLED display while being powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 821 processor.

The device, fitted with a 2,770mAh battery, featured a 12MP rear-facing camera along with an 8MP selfie-snapper. The Pixel device offered 4GB RAM with either 32GB or 128GB internal storage.

However, it seems the Pixel device have been causing stress to some users. According to an Android Central thread, many Pixel users are reporting that their device has been freezing for no apparent reason.

Some folks blamed it on the software but this issue seems to be happening to those whose software is up to date, as well. The freezing problem doesn’t just happen in one particular app; it appears to be happening even in the phone app.

One user felt enough is enough and contacted Google about this issue. They recommended him to put the device on Safe Mode for up to 24 hours to monitor if it still freezes. If it still happens, then the freezing isn’t caused by a third party app.

Have you been experiencing a similar issue with your Pixel device? If you have, try giving this troubleshooting method a try. Don’t forget to let us know if it works!

Staff Reporter

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