Android 15 Beta 1.1 addresses NFC bug and more

Just a few days back, Google kicked off the first public beta of Android 15. Today, the tech titan has released a minor incremental update that addresses some important bugs. Read on to explore more about the Android 15 Beta 1.1 update.

Google pushes the gradual upgrade for eligible devices with the AP31.240322.023 software version. For compatibility, the update is available for Pixel 6 and all other newer phones, including the Pixel Tablet and Pixel Fold. The incremental OTA update is already available to the phones running on the first beta and it weighs only 15MB in download size.

As per the details shared by Google, the update fixes four main issues reported on the first beta, the list includes various issues with NFC (which addresses seven issues related to NFC), squashes the issue of crashing while opening Developers Options Settings, text clipping issue, and an issue that prevented some devices from updating properly to Beta 1.

Here’s the complete changelog.

  • Fixed various issues with NFC that interfered with wallet apps and other NFC-dependent system operations. (Issue #333929007, Issue #333957918, Issue #334578498, Issue #334270672, Issue #334171753, Issue #336064427, Issue #333935278)
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused the Developer Options settings screen to crash. (Issue #333941833)
  • Fixed an issue that prevented some devices from updating properly to Beta 1. (Issue #333932298, Issue #333981062)
  • Fixed a text clipping issue when trying to print. (Issue #334925832, Issue #334430062)

If your Pixel is already on the first beta, then you may have already received beta 1.1 via OTA update. However, if you are on the Android 14 and want to update to Android 15 beta, then you can join the Android Beta Program. Once you enroll in the beta program, then you will receive the beta update on your smartphone over the phone. You can check for the software updates by navigating to Settings > System > System updates.

When installed you can use the Android Beta Feedback app to submit problems or issues available on the beta.

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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