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My Pixel C running the official version of Android Oreo still won't play most Netflix videos normally. Now the video plays scrambled, as if the video is encrypted. This started with Android O DP4, and I assumed it would become resolved in the final release, but not so.

Is anyone else experiencing this problem with the Pixel C and Oreo?

My Pixel C running the official version of Android Oreo still won't play most Netflix videos normally. Now the video plays scrambled, as if the video is encrypted. This started with Android O DP4, and I assumed it would become resolved in the final release, but not so.

Is anyone else experiencing this problem with the Pixel C and Oreo?

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Hi, just enrolled my Pixel C into Android Beta Program and seems to be on 8.0 Oreo final version.
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The article shows you the easiest way to rip and convert #Bluray to #Google #Pixel C supported video formats so that you can enjoy your movies anywhere as you are.

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What drivers are you guys able to successfully use with Windows 10 Pro 64bit? I've tried the latest from the SDK. As well as every driver set in NRT and SAT, except for PDANET. I can get a detection in my USB 3.0 ports, but everything fails in my USB 2.0 ports except PTP mode.

UPDATE: The solution, works 100% http://www.win-raid.com/t834f25-USB-Drivers-original-and-modded.html

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BELKIN USB 3.1 F2CU029BT1M-BLK

The cable is slightly thicker than most, but still very flexible. The connectors are top notch, large and easy to manipulate. Using the USB Device Tree Viewer application on Windows 10 I am able to see the cable is able to negotiate SuperSpeed on my ASUS Z97-A. Dirty testing transferring a 1GB zip file from the PIXEL C to my Samsung EVO 120 SSD it takes roughly 20 secs to complete. By comparison it takes twice as long in Highspeed USB ports roughly 42 secs to complete the same test. Similar results as my Choetech braided 3.0 cables.
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According to Nathan K.'s recent analysis post, I thought I'd pass along the PSA, which could potentially damage your Pixel C and or any other USB C device.

Urgent PSA: DO NOT use the +GoPro #USB #TypeC USB-PD Supercharger [Model AWALC-002] with any third-party equipment -- ESPECIALLY not the Google Pixel C tablet! The GoPro charger IS unsafe and could cause immediate hardware damage!

Please refer to his post here https://plus.google.com/102612254593917101378/posts/eKMuTSuqTre for more up to date details.

What drivers are you guys able to successfully use with Windows 10 Pro 64bit? I've tried the latest from the SDK. As well as every driver set in NRT and SAT, except for PDANET. I can get a detection in my USB 3.0 ports, but everything fails in my USB 2.0 ports except PTP mode.

My Pixel C won't recognize the metal keyboard via bluetooth. I have tried:

-Safe Mode
-Factory Reset
-Ensuring the keyboard is charged overnight
-Turning off bluetooth and then connecting keyboard, this does prompt a notification in the tablet that states in order to connect the keyboard bluetooth has to be turned on but after turning on bluetooth the keyboard is still not found.

I have an RMA replacement keyboard on its way but I believe there is a simple solution to this problem. It can't be replace the keyboard.

Can anyone suggest a solution?
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