Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2.2 Addresses Cellular Issues

In the past two weeks, we’ve been overwhelmed with Android 15 beta news, especially for Pixel devices. Today, Google brings a new incremental upgrade for those who are not on the Android 15 beta and are still using Android 14 QPR, by releasing QPR3 beta 2.2.

With today’s upgrade, Google resolves multiple cellular issues, along with other bugs that were impacting system stability and connectivity. Google plants the new software on the Pixel phones with the AP21.240305.006 software version. The incremental upgrade bumped up the monthly security patch version from March to May 2024.

If you own a Pixel 5a or newer model, including the Pixel Tablet or Pixel Fold. You can upgrade your device to the newest incremental beta. If your device is already on the previous beta, then you may have already received the incremental OTA update your device.

Here’s the complete list of bugs resolved in Android 14 QPR3 2.2 beta.

If you own a compatible Pixel smartphone, then you can join the Android Beta Program. Once upgraded to the new beta, you can use the Android Beta Feedback app to submit problems or issues available on the beta. You can check for the software updates by navigating to Settings > System > System updates.

You can manually sideload the upgrade your phone to the beta, visit this page to download the Factory images and this page to get the OTA files. Make sure to take a backup before sideloading the new software.

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