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As we expand the wiki, you will see the parts of the sidebar slowly move over to the wiki. You can find links here (this message will disappear when the wiki is completed in a few weeks):
- Official Guide, where you can learn everything there is to know about the Pixels
- Flairs, where you can get help setting up a flair or getting a custom one
Pixel 2 Rumors
- [Direct Link] (http://www.droid-life.com/2017/03/15/rumor-google-may-third-larger-phone-works-codename-taimen/)
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#SolvedByGoogle: Bluetooth issues will be fixed in an upcoming update
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Welcome to /r/GooglePixel. This is the best place to find news, rumors, discussions, answers, and info on the latest Phones By Google: the Google Pixel and Pixel XL.
For more information on the other devices #MadeByGoogle, check out these subreddits:
Posts must be related to the Google Pixel devices and the #madebygoogle lineup. General /r/Google or /r/Android discussion should be posted to those subreddits.
Tech support is permissible within certain bounds. Please check the FAQ and search the subreddit before posting. Repeated questions may be removed without reason. Problems with your device? Not sure how to do something? We recommend that you leverage the free, live, built-in, 24/7 support provided to Pixel owners, or the official Google forums available to everyone.
No memes or NSFW content. /r/GooglePixel has adopted this policy to reduce low-effort and obscene submissions. Instead, consider /r/AndroidCircleJerk. Only the dankest memes may qualify for exemption, and those must (1) be a self-post that (2) links directly to the image.
No URL shorteners. With the exception of goo.gl/photos, /r/GooglePixel strictly prohibits malicious links and short links of any kind. This policy has zero tolerance and all such posts will be removed. Repeat offenders will be banned. Do not use bit.ly, goo.gl, tinyurl.com, amzn.com or other similar URL shortening service that obscure the true destination of a link.
No referral, affiliate, or other self-promotion links. To reduce spam and promote the general welfare of /r/GooglePixel, all such links will be removed. Repeat offenders may be banned.
No flaming or trolling. /r/GooglePixel discourages disparaging, inciteful, and inflammatory comments against other users. Please participate in meaningful discourse. Tremendously obscene or malicious statements may be removed with or without explanation.
No disinformation or illegal content. Articles or media that has been proven false beyond a reasonable doubt are strictly prohibited. Additionally, intentionally misleading or non-descriptive titles are strongly discouraged. If severely misleading, posts may be removed. Do not direct others to perform illegal actions, e.g. downloading a car. Links to pirated, unlawful, or malicious content is strictly prohibited. Do not directly link to downloads either.
Keep reposts to a minimum. While not strictly enforced, moderators may act in situations where new submissions detract from the welfare of the subreddit.
AmAs, Q&As, giveaways, and other community-facing content must be approved by moderators.
No Battery SOT bragging submissions. Try /r/batterybrag, not here. Any submissions regarding battery must contribute more than a few pics of your usage.
No order status posts. This includes all discussion about different stages of the process, such as "Pending," "Processing," "Shipping," etc. All discussion goes here.
Use weekly threads for posting photos/albums taken with your Pixel. /r/GooglePixel is not Instagram or Tumblr or whatever outlet you usually post your amateur photos to. If your image relates to an issue or a discovery, message the moderators after the post is removed. However, linking in the description usually is better.
No for-sale/trade submissions. We have no safeguards in place to protect anyone from being scammed. Use /r/phoneswap or /r/hardwareswap and follow their rules.
And as always, be nice and follow reddiquette.