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Update your smartphone to fix performance issues with Google’s release of Android 15 Beta 1.1

Google has introduced the Android 15 Beta 1.1 update, which comes after the recent milestone released only two weeks ago. This update is focused on fixing bugs that have been reported by users, showing Google’s commitment to improving the user experience before the official launch of Android 15.

The new update, named AP31.240322.023, includes the April 2024 security patch. It is available for several supported devices including Pixel 6 series, Pixel 7 series, Pixel 8 series, Pixel 6a, Pixel 7a, Pixel Tablet, Pixel Fold and many more. Users can install the update using a factory image or opt for an OTA update directly to their devices, reports 9to5google.

NFC fixes to improve functionality

One of the main fixes in this update focuses on solving Near Field Communication (NFC) issues. Several users had reported issues with NFC interfering with wallet apps and other NFC-dependent system functions. Google has responded by fixing a number of NFC issues, ensuring a smoother experience for users who rely on the feature.

The update also fixes an issue that occasionally caused the Developer Options screen to crash. Additionally, Google has fixed an issue that prevented some devices from properly updating to Beta 1. These improvements are intended to improve the stability and performance of the operating system, providing a more seamless user experience.

Text clipping issue resolved

Another small but significant fix in the update is solving an issue with text clipping when trying to print. This fix ensures that text is displayed correctly when users try to print documents from their devices, improving overall usability.

Automatic OTA updates for beta program participants

All devices enrolled in the Android Beta for Pixel program will automatically receive an OTA update to Beta 1.1. Google has also provided factory images for those who want to install the update manually. Whether users choose the factory image or the OTA method, the update process promises to be straightforward, allowing users to benefit from the latest bug fixes and security improvements.

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