Google is again at the center of a scandal. Google Pixel 4a 5G users complain about touchscreen issues
The Google Pixel 4a 5G, which launched last year alongside the Pixel 5 a few months ago, has been plagued by touchscreen issues after the company rolled out a smartphone update last month. Various users confirm that the screen simply does not respond to pressing in various scenarios.
Problems began to surface after Google released the December Android security patch update. Since the release until the last update, smartphone users have not reported such issues.
Users say screen touches are not registering, especially around the edges, including buttons and UI elements. Therefore, you need to press several times for the function to work. In addition to navigation issues, smartphone owners face issues when using full screen apps.
So far, the only way to fix the problem is to roll back to the November security update. Google has not yet commented on the situation.