Google Pixel 4A 5G touch screen problems and more!
All’s not well in Google land!
Google Pixel 4a 5G is a mid-range 5G mobile phone owned by Google, which has been bought by many users but not being ridiculed due to bugs.
News for January 14th, according to multiple media reports, many users reported that the touch screen of Google Pixel 4a 5G is facing problems, and touch input at certain points is not being recognized.
The reports have pointed out that the Google Pixel 4A 5G touch screen problem mainly occur at the bottom of the mobile phone screen. When using the system navigation keys, the system does not respond to the return button with the finger, and it takes many consecutive times to detect it.
As shown in the picture above, the Google Pixel 4A 5G system is not responding to touches when the back button is touched. This problem has become particularly rampant after Google released the security patch in December.
It is worth noting that Google Pixel 4a 5G is still facing this problem after the January update, and the touch problem is more easily triggered after a protective screen shield is applied.
To make matters worse, some users still encounter this problem after changing phones. Google acknowledged this bug and said they will update and fix it . It is recommended that users use gestures to temporarily replace the navigation buttons. This problem will be fixed in the February update as soon as possible.
So are you a Google Pixel 4A 5G owner? If yes then navigation gestures might be your own only reprieve for now. Do let us know your thoughts on this situation in the comments below! Feel free to subscribe to Inspire2Rise for more timely tech content and more!
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