Android Auto bug in Pixel 7 series fixed and Pixel Watch battery life explain

Google has now officially stated that now you can get 24 hours of battery life from the newly launched Pixel Watch’s 294 mAh battery.

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Here’s how you can get it – Check the following usage.

  • 240 notifications
  • 280-time checks
  • A 5 min LTE phone call.
  • 45 min LTE and GPS workout with downloaded YouTube music playback
  • 50 minutes of navigation (Google Maps) while connected to a phone via Bluetooth
  • The watch is configured with the default settings, including the Always-on display set to off

Charge Google Pixel Watch

  • Plug the Google Pixel Watch USB-C Magnetic Charging Cable (included with Google Pixel Watch) into a power source.
  • Rest the watch on the end of the Magnetic Charging Cable.
  • The Google Pixel Watch screen will wake up and you will see the charge percent, date, and time, to indicate that your Google Pixel Watch is charging. Charging takes about 30 minutes to 50%, about 55 minutes to 80%, and about 80 minutes to 100%.1

Android Auto Issue On Pixel 7 Series

According to the information, Google Pixel 7 Series is not working properly with the Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro.

A user in Google Support Forum said – For all of our users that experienced the app isn’t compatible with your device error on Pixel 7/7 pro devices, we are excited to share that the issue is now fixed. Thank you all for providing the responses and bug reports that helped us investigate and resolve this issue.

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