In the wake of discharging the first Android 11 Beta a week ago, Google is today revealing an Android 11 Beta 1.5 patch. This “minor update” addresses gadget crashes and the absence of Google Pay.
Google considers this a “minor update to Android 11 Beta 1” that tends to the accompanying issues in two classifications:
Gadgets do not crash anymore (reboot) while utilizing signal navigation to switch applications in various directions while pivoting the gadget simultaneously.
On Pixel 3 and 3a, clients setting up gadgets after reset would now be able to enact a pSim administration if the telephone is right now utilizing an eSIM administration.
Fixed issues that clients were having when utilizing contactless payments through Google Pay.
The system no longer mistakenly authorizes the Bluetooth favored authorization for RemoveBond. This purposes gives that could influence matching, unpairing, and bond reset streams for Bluetooth gadgets, for example, for Forget Watch on Wear OS gadget.
The most noteworthy issue tended to is the absence of Google Pay, which is a deterrent to a great many people utilizing Beta 1 as an every day driver.
Then, there’s a fix for signal route smashing your gadget and Bluetooth blending related issues for extras and Wear OS.
There are still some “known issues” today centered around Android Auto. One issue includes sounds being played through the phone’s speakers rather than the vehicle’s sound framework. Google has a fix turning out with Android Auto 5.4 in the not so distant future. Then, the organization is examining Auto projection not beginning on starting plug-in.
Pixel phones on the review program will get an Android 11 Beta 1.5 OTA (RPB1.200504.020), while production line pictures are additionally accessible for Pixel, GSI, and Android Emulator today.
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