Android 15 Beta 1.2 update squashes multiple bugs

Google has released the second incremental update to the Android 15 beta, labeled as, Android 15 Beta 1.2. This update follows the release of Android 15 beta 1.1 earlier this week. Both minor updates aim to resolve issues reported by many Pixel owners.

The gradual upgrade comes out with the AP31.240322.027 firmware version. If your Pixel device is already running on Android 15 beta, then you may have already received the 1.2 beta on your device. It is a small incremental upgrade, which you can quickly install on your device.

With today’s update, Google squashes another set of bugs on the Android 15, if you own a compatible Pixel phone and want to know the bugs fixed in today’s update, then read on.

Android 15 Beta 1.2 addresses the excessive battery drain issue, fixed an issue that sometimes caused apps to freeze and display an “Application Not Responding” message, system Settings app crashes when trying to add a fingerprint, system back gesture not working in some cases, and issue where screen flickers repeatedly.

Here’s the complete list of issues fixed in today’s update.

  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused apps to freeze and display an “Application Not Responding” message. (Issue #328865524)
  • Fixed a system performance issue that caused excessive battery drain in some cases. (Issue #335718464, Issue #335188185)
  • Fixed an issue that caused the system Settings app to crash when trying to add a fingerprint. (Issue #334035378, Issue #335481930)
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the system back gesture from working in some cases. (Issue #331303569, Issue #334738577)
  • Fixed an issue that could cause the screen to flicker repeatedly. (Issue #325555461)

In the previous update, Google resolved many NFC related issues and more.

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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