Google recently released an update called Android 14 QPR2 Beta 3.1 to fix various issues on certain devices. Android 14 beta google pixel bug fixes update handels issues like screen overlay not working properly in landscape mode and unlocking troubles with the always on display and incorrect search engine settings.
They have also addressed issues like lower audio quality during calls, icons not scaling correctly in picture in picture mode and specific problems with foldable and tablet devices. Google is gearing up for a big update in March, but they’re working quickly to make sure everything runs smoothly in the meantime. The latest release, known as a patch, resolves over a dozen more issues.
This update, with build number AP11.231215.009, is available for devices like the Pixel 5a 5G and the latest Pixel 8 and 8 Pro. It includes a security patch from January 2024 and an updated version of Google Play Services (23.45.23). The release notes mention 16 bug fixes addressing issues like Quick Settings not updating correctly and problems with unlocking devices using fingerprint recognition.
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Google has released this update to make Android better on google pixel devices and fixed things like how the screen looks and how the phone unlocks. They’re getting ready for a big update in March, but for now, they’re making sure everything works well by releasing these smaller patches.
To see if you have the QPR2 Beta 3.1 update, go to Settings, then select System, and finally, tap on Software updates. After that, click on “System update.” If the update is available, you can start the download process from there.