After updating our Pixel 2 XL to Android 10 last week, we noticed something weird. When we wanted to make a phone call, there would be a delay of about 30 seconds between the time we dialed and when the phone actually made the call. The person's name and number still appear at the top of the screen, but the usual buttons that let you turn on the speaker, mute the microphone, access the keyboard, or make a conference call were not available within 30 seconds.  Now, as it went on, we used free mobile access to T-Mobile as part of its free 30-day or 30GB test drive. But we can say that this has absolutely nothing to do with the delay. In fact, it turns out to be Verizon's fault. A number of Pixel users have complained on the Google Pixel Phone help page that they have the same problem after receiving the Android 1
0. Update, however, it has been found that deleting the My Verizon application from their phone is a problem. And sure enough, that's exactly what happened to us.
Since we are using the app to make our monthly payment to the carrier, we decided to see what would happen if we reinstalled it. And we're pleased to note that once you download the app from the Google Play Store, everything seems to be working fine.
Therefore, the bottom line is that if you own a Pixel and are a Verizon customer, you may have a delay in making a phone call. All you have to do is uninstall the My Verizon application and reinstall it. Not only does this app make it easy to pay your monthly bill, but it also lets you claim prizes from the Verizon Up rewards program, shop for new devices, check your account, and more.
In addition to making it easier paying the bill and claiming rewards, the My Verizon app will allow you to shop for a new phone