Android 12 has seen four betas till now. In the Beta 2 update, Google released an internal update Beta 2.1 to fix some issues. A similar update is rolling out for the Beta 4 update that the giant released earlier this month. Here’s what’s fixed.
Android 12 Beta 4.1: Stability Fixes And More
Here’s what’s fixed in the update, according to the official release notes.
- The update fixes an issue where the devices would get stuck in a boot loop after a restart.
- An issue where the volume controls did not work when casting.
- Fixed face unlock issues.
- Fixed issues where heads-up notifications were not showing up sometimes, and the user would need to open the notification drawer to view them.
- An issue that prevented users from granting the Nearby Devices permission to the Phone app in settings is now fixed. Users who are experiencing a crash loop with the Phone app when trying to make a call over Bluetooth can now grant the required permission.
- An issue where the device wouldn’t connect to the internet after connecting to a VPN has been fixed.
However, one issue that hasn’t been widespread is the search bar in the app drawer in the Pixel launcher. There’s a visible rectangular UI element wrapping around the search. This should be fixed in the next update.
We’ve been rocking this build on the Pixel 4a, and it’s a solid build. If you’re rocking a Pixel and can’t wait for the stable Android 12 update, here’s a guide on how to install Android 12 on Pixel devices.
Do you own a Pixel device? How has your experience been so far with Android 12? Let us know in the comments section below.