Google Pixel’s most recent beta version includes enhancements and bug fixes.

For Pixel smartphones, Google has released a fresh beta version that includes bug fixes and general enhancements. The Pixel 5a and subsequent models can use the updated beta build. Based on the story, it looks like it’s going straight to Android 14 QPR2 Beta 1.
Beginning in November 2023, Google made the Android 14 quarterly update, known as QPR1 Beta 2.2, available to beta testers. For Pixel smartphones, the QPR1 Beta 2.2 included more than thirty updates. The QPR1 Beta 2.2 fixed a significant error that was causing pink text to appear in AOD mode on the Pixel 8 Pro. Google has not released a Beta 3 build, instead pushing for Android 14 QPR2 Beta 1.

After the stable OS release, eligible devices should soon begin receiving their second big Android 14 update, according to the latest Google Pixel update. In December, the QPR1 is anticipated to achieve stable status. Moreover, Google has already released the November 2023 updates for its Pixel smartphone series.

The Google Pixel 5a, which costs $210.50 on Amazon right now, is the cutoff point for smartphones that can be used with the latest beta release. The latest version has also fixed a number of other issues, such as package manager crashes during some app installations, feedback app errors, and 5G connection issues in certain units. The goal of a few more modifications is to enhance the user experience as a whole.

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