The Android 14 development cycle reached another milestone. Google has now rolled out the beta 3.1 software update for the Pixel devices. The previous week, the company introduced the original beta 3 updates, which didn’t introduce any innovation, but it dedicatedly improved the software by fixing several issues, and now the new update also holds the improvement-related things as well. Let’s explore it.
Android 14 Beta 3.1 brings new fixes
The Android 14 beta 3.1 brings several fixes which resolve the issues related to fingerprints where Fingerprint unlock was either unavailable or unusable on some devices. Additionally, it also fixes the stability issues which are affecting mapping SDKs, which caused dependent apps to crash in some cases. For more information, you check the full changelog below.
Android 14 Beta 3.1 (June 2023) Changelog:
- Fixed issues where Fingerprint Unlock was either unavailable or unusable on some devices. (Issue #284360298, Issue #284529436, Issue #284436572)
- Fixed platform compatibility issues that were affecting mapping SDKs, which caused dependent apps to crash in some cases.
The software update will be available for those users who have already enrolled in the Android beta program. If you didn’t enroll your device yet, you can still do it by going to this link.
The latest update for Pixel devices is carrying the firmware version number UPB3.230519.014. It also includes the latest security patch for the devices in the form of June 2023.
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