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Tech News: Android 14 QPR2 Get bug fix updates

Android 14 Get Updates

Last week, Google surprised users by releasing Android 14 QPR2 beta 1, deviating from the expectation of additional betas for QPR1. The sudden shift in the update schedule caught many off guard, as QPR1 was anticipated to undergo further beta testing. However, in a swift turn of events, less than a week after the beta 1 release, Google is now pushing out a point update for Android 14 QPR2. This rapid deployment reflects Google’s commitment to addressing issues promptly and ensuring a smooth user experience with the latest Android version.

Bug Fixes

Android 14 QPR2 Beta 1 resolves the top issues that are described in the following list and includes fixes for some issues that listed here.

  • Fixed an issue that caused the package manager to crash when installing some apps.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented users from submitting feedback using the Android Beta Feedback app.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes prevented a device from connecting to a 5G network when it was available.

Devices Supported for Android 14 QPR2 Beta 1.1

  • Google Pixel 8 and 8 Pro
  • Google Pixel Tablet
  • Google Pixel Fold
  • Google Pixel 7a
  • Google Pixel 7 and 7 Pro
  • Google Pixel 6a
  • Google Pixel 6 and 6 Pro
  • Google Pixel 5a

In preparation for the highly anticipated Android feature drop scheduled for March 2024, Android 14 QPR2 beta 1.1 offers a glimpse into the upcoming enhancements that Pixel users can expect. This beta release follows the announcement that the final feature drop of 2023, set to debut in December, will be built upon the foundation of Android 14 QPR1. For those enrolled in the beta program on their Pixel devices, an update notification will soon be visible, providing early access to the latest features and improvements. This strategic rollout allows users to explore and test the forthcoming updates ahead of the broader release, contributing valuable feedback to refine the final version.

If you are among the Pixel users already participating in the beta program, keep an eye out for the update notification, signaling the availability of Android 14 QPR2 beta 1.1. By staying enrolled in the beta program, users actively contribute to the development process, helping identify and address potential issues before the widespread release, ultimately enhancing the overall performance and user experience of the Android platform on Pixel devices.

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