Android Auto was released on the Google Play Store last October 31. The exact nature of the malfunction correction remains unclear, as more than a few people have expressed skepticism of late this problem could in fact be repaired on a software level. As it turns out, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have been riddled with bugs.
Probably the most annoying and user experience-damaging issue of them all effectively made multitasking impossible, as the Pixel 3 and 3 XL appeared unable to handle running more than a couple of apps at the same time.More news: U.S. midterms battleground states: These are the election races to watch
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Imagine having RAM management problems that are so bad, taking a picture in the camera app causes other apps to crash. That's where some users are at with the Pixel 3 right now. It's obviously infuriating, but now we at least have some good news to share.
Google is aware of the issues and will push a fix "in the coming weeks", likely with the December security update. Now, a developer has managed to port the Google Camera with Night Sight and HDR+ to the OnePlus 6 and OnePlus 6T as well, and the mode seems to work better than the stock camera's highlight feature Nightscape mode as well.
As for when Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL owners can expect the update to arrive on their phones, we unfortunately don't have an exact date just yet.