The Google Pixel 2 has a fairly good camera. It comes with a 12.2-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel front camera. The pictures captured are clear and sharp. It also offers some amazing features. But some users seem to be facing some problems with their camera. Let us see what these problems are and how to fix Google Pixel 2 camera issues.
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Methods to Fix Google Pixel 2 Camera Issues
The first problem that the users seem to be facing is that they are unable to click portrait pictures when their camera is front-facing. The switch button to flick it back to front mode was missing. When this happened, the camera app crashes.
This obviously is a software issue and Google will soon come out with an update to resolve it.
Meanwhile, you can restart the Pixel 2 and then try to take a picture in portrait mode from the front camera. Restarting the phone usually helps in fixing minor issues such as app crashes and fixes Google Pixel 2 camera issues too.
The second problem is a recent one and users have found that the camera of Pixel 2 reacted under the LED light. The camera begins to flicker around LED illumination.
Google is yet to look into this and come up with a software update to fix this issue. For now, you need to avoid the LED lights if your camera flickers in such conditions.
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