Google Fixes Low Volume Issue on Duo Android App by Rolling Back to Version 29.2

Google’s beloved Video calling app – Google Duo had apparently been facing low volume issues after the update that Google rolled out last week. After a lot of reports from users, Justin Uberti, the creator/lead of Google Duo finally went on Twitter and accepted the presence of a bug in the latest Google Duo update and clarified that Google has come up with a solution to fix the problem as soon as possible. To resolve the issue, Google is going to roll back to version 29.2 yet again and keep a hold on the version 30 update. On Monday, the Lead Engineer of the Google Duo team, Justin Uberti tweeted and informed the general public about the rollout of the version 29.2 update. He said, “(the update) should be available to everyone by Sunday evening (Pacific Time).”

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Lately, Google has been working a lot to add new features to their video calling app, as they have bet a lot on their ‘highest calling’ Video Calling app. Google Duo had also received updates which allowed the users to use Video voicemail feature through which it made possible for the users to reach their contacts even when they were unavailable.

In January, Google Duo was also found working on some smartphone even after uninstallation. Since the time has now come, as told by the team of Google Duo, the said version 29.2 update is available on the Play Store which will resolve the volume issue being faced by the user. Also, the APK file for the same update is also available on the web.

Furthermore, Google is reportedly working on multi-device support on Google Duo, allowing users to install the application on multiple devices. At the moment, Google is allowing Duo users to log into a single device with their mobile number, but going forward, Google will be making the process easier as the search giant will be adding Google account login support to the Duo app.

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