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Google is at last working on fixing the issue with Android Oreo Multi-touch which has been troubling the users for quite some time now. The multi-touch issue in Android 8.1 Oreo resulted in irregular touch behaviour while using it with two or more finger's on the display.
As per some sources from the web, the issue seems to be widespread and users from all around are experiencing this issue. Now that Google has fixed the issue, it will be rolling out the update in June as the security updates for the month of May has been already been locked down.
However, the Pixel 2 users who have rooted their devices can flash a Magisk module to resolve the issue on their own. The same was reported by XDA-developers last week. As mentioned earlier the fix will be rolled out for the rest of the users by June, it seems like the users have no other option than to wait if their device is not rooted. That said about the Multi-touch issue fix that is being rolled out by Google. We will keep you posted with further updates to the same and other tech-related information, so stay tuned with us.
Also, in one of our recent articles related to Google, we covered that the tech-giant has recently taken off the Google Pixel and Pixel XL from the company's website. As per some reports from the web the first generation Google Pixel and Pixel Xl have been pulled from the Google store and it seems that the device will no longer be sold on the company's website. Read the complete story here.
In our other article related to Google we also covered that the tech giant has recently added inline answers from the stack Overflow in Search results. Now it seems like the company is working towards building similar carousel results from Quora. You can read the complete story by clicking on this link.