Why does that matter? It’s been an issue since the first series of Pixels. My first one did it and my Pixel 3 does it.What carrier are you using?
Does it fix the Pixels issue with not telling you about voicemails?
Yeah, for some. I took my first Pixel back in to my provider and that’s when they told me about it. They never could fix it and and I never got it to work either. Always had to manually check if I had voicemails or not.Never had this issue on my Pixel 2 XL.. known issue?
Also, it's weird that they put the OS build number at the bottom of the notification shade too when you fully expand it. How did they figure that would be appropriate.. it seems like a forgotten beta element they didn't remove from the final build, I never ran the beta though so not even sure that was there in the betas.
I was wondering about that and discovered that it's tied to having developer options enabled. If you disable DO, the OS version number disappears from the shade. I can't go back to the long animation times enabled by default, so I've just learned to live with it.
Anyone get this problem after the update?
After 24 hours with Android 10, everything about my 3XL performs better except battery life. It's actually worse and it pretty much sucked before the update.
Thanks for the tip!For my Pixel 2 XL, I found the location settings and noticed a large number of apps was set to always use location settings. I set all but two to only use location settings when using the app or I just denied it completely. After changing this I saw a noticeable improvement to battery life, maybe give it a try to see if it helps.
I'm noticing much more aggressive memory management on my 2 XL now; most apps are being killed from memory immediately after switching from them which def wasn't the case on Pie. I'm also getting launcher redraws frequently which very rarely happened before (if ever). Battery life might be slightly worse for me overall too even after enabling battery optimization on every app that I could and restricting background usage on them too, but I'll have to check out the location settings as well as mentioned above.
You enabled battery optimization on every app? That is what that does. Kill it when it's in the background.
Ah. Makes sense. It always kills amazon music for me even with optimization turned off so I feel ya. LolThat's only for apps not currently being used and I had the same setup in Pie with no issues. There are/were only like two apps that I exempted from optimization. I never had launcher redraws on Pie, music never got killed, and the last few apps always stayed in memory. That's not the case now.