Google is working on a fix for Pixel 4A 5G touchscreen woes


Google is dealing with a fix for Pixel 4A 5G touchscreen problems

Google states it’s aware of a problem with Pixel 4A 5G touchscreens and is dealing with a fix. Some gadgets are stopping working to react regularly to taps on the lower part of the screen, which is particularly impacting folks who have chosen three-button navigation rather than swipes. Android Authorities found complaints from 4A 5G owners experiencing the problem, which seems to have turned up after the December security patch was launched.

Google’s action comes thanks to a Pixel assistance online forum post The business says it will address the problem “in an approaching software application upgrade”, but it’s looking like that will be at least a couple more weeks away because Android Authorities reports January’s security spot didn’t address it. In the meantime, Google advises users to work around the issue with some particular instructions on tapping navigation controls:

1. When tapping icons on the edge of the screen, tap the center of the button or the side of the button/icon furthest far from the edge of the screen.

2. When tapping icons, including the navigation buttons on the bottom of your screen, utilize the suggestion of your finger or thumb rather. This will assist enhance touch acknowledgment.

It’s not an easy task to try and knowingly change the method you do something like tap a button on your phone screen, so hopefully Pixel 4A 5G users will just need to attempt these awkward workarounds for a little while longer.

Google’s January spot did attend to a raft of other Pixel 4A 5G bugs and quirks with the security upgrade. So while the touchscreen problem persists, a minimum of an audio bug that was causing crackling noises in some scenarios is no longer a problem.


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