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Google will answer your questions about Android on Twitter. Do you know how

Have you run into any problems on Android and you don’t know who to ask for help? How about Google being the one to answer your question? From today, you can do it through Twitter.

The announcement was made on the official Android page on this popular social network. The American company promises to clarify any doubts regarding its operating system in a very simple way.

How to ask questions about Android on Twitter

The process of submitting your question on Twitter is quite simple. Just ask your question and follow up with it. hastag #AndroidHelp.

Google does not go into detail regarding the type of support it will offer with this new method. Therefore, we believe that whatever your problem related to Android, the company will be available to answer.

It remains to be seen whether Google will provide viable support in this way. So far, none of the questions asked has received an official answer from the technology company. This bad start is already making users suspicious of the seriousness of Google’s promise.

Most are already complaining about updates for Android 10

As you would expect, many of the questions already asked through this method are related to updates for Android 10. Specifically, there are several who want to know when your smartphone will receive this software.

However, it is important to note that, apart from Pixel equipment, this is something that is beyond Google’s reach. It is up to the brands to update their smartphones to new versions of Android.

In short, if you have any questions about Android that are not related to updates, you can post it on Twitter with hastag #AndroidHelp. We hope that Google doesn’t take too long to answer your questions.

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