Android 11 Beta 2.5 released with Bug Fixes:
Google have been working on Android 11 in full swing lately. There’s no doubt that Google needs to roll out stable version of Android 11 before September 11, and currently, there are a lots of errors and bug in this version. Most of the beta testers have found out that the Android developers have sent a lot of updates and bug fixes more often than that of the previous version of the Green Robot. Each of the beta updates carries a long list of bug fixes with it. From today, developers have started sending a new patch with great improvements in the system, and now it’s version 2.5.
ANDROID 11 BETA 2.5 RELEASED WITH A LOT OF BUG FIXES
The patch fixes few of the issues experienced by Pixel smartphones. The greatest problem at this time was with the display, which was found on the Pixel 4. A few clients had screen flickering/glimmering when the brightness was underneath average. Notwithstanding taking care of this issue, Google has rolled out a rundown of different fixes. Here are some of them:
- Fixed issues which prevented users to hear or record audio in apps after they made a VoIP call.
- The notification drawer no longer fails to appear sometimes when a user swipes down from the top of the screen. (Issue #159768228)
- The screen no longer flickers on some devices when the screen is set to a low brightness level. (Issue #156051413)
- Fixed various issues that could cause devices to reboot intermittently. (Issue #159888167)
- The navigation bar no longer appears in cases when it wouldn’t normally display, such as during a device restart. (Issue #159592365)
- Some Pixel 4/XL devices that have taken more than one Android 11 update are no longer blocked from receiving an OTA back to Android 10. (Issue #158765677)
- Video recording is no longer interrupted sometimes when using the Camera app. (Issue #159185509)
- The Dialer app no longer uses the speakerphone sometimes as the default audio device. (Issue #159203518)
- In the Messages app, the RCS chat features no longer get stuck sometimes in the Connecting state. (Issue #159786769)
If you wish, you also can download the Android 11 Beta 2.5 update at the moment. It is available for Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL.
ANDROID 11 STABLE VERSION MIGHT BE RELEASED ON SEPTEMBER 8
Up until now, Android 11 is accessible to clients and developers just as a beta mode, yet there isn’t a lot of time left until the last form of this OS is made available globally. In light of the video posted on the YouTube channel for Google developers, the stable variant of Android 11 will be released on September 8.
A year ago, on first Tuesday of September 2019, Android 10 got released. So Google won’t change its convention. It ought to be noticed that the arrival of the last form of Android 11 toward the beginning of September isn’t proportionate to its appearance on cell phones. Just Google Pixel will get the OS around the same time, and different producers will release the relating refreshes in a month or two. What’s more, that isn’t for all models.