Fixed an issue on Pixel 6 Pro devices where a white line sometimes flashed on the screen after waking up a device that was not configured to always display time and other info on the lock screen. Fixed various issues to improve call quality and connectivity. Fixed a keystore issue that caused the NHS COVID-19 app to crash when launching. In some cases on Pixel 6 and 6 Pro devices, the system crashes when the user tries to take a picture using the camera.
Android 12 QPR3 Beta 3 is now rolling out to Pixel phones in what should be the final preview before the public launch next month. The next quarterly Feature Drop will be Android 12 QPR3, which will be accompanied by a slew of new user-facing features next month. Until then, Beta 3 includes the May security patch, which was released on Monday for all other stable devices. Resolved issues include:
In some cases, the Google Camera app icon in a device’s personal profile erroneously displays a work profile indicator. After installing today’s update, you will not be able to install Android 13 Beta 1 and have to wait until Beta 2. Android 12 QPR3 Beta 3 (S3B1.220420.005) is available for the Pixel 4/XL, 4a, 5, 5a, 6, and 6 Pro. Those enrolled in the Android 12 Beta Program will be updated to QPR3 Beta 3 via an OTA. Besides the Android Beta Program, factory and OTA images are available below for flashing/sideloading: The Pixel is the smaller of two smartphones designed, created, and sold by Google. It runs stock Android and is one of the first phones to receive firmware updates