Google has released a new update, Android 14 Beta 5.3, for Pixel phones. This update addresses common issues and improves overall performance.
Android 14 Update
Google is addressing common issues that Pixel users have encountered with this update. It resolves problems such as sudden app crashes, call interruptions, and aims to enhance phone performance, making your Pixel phone less frustrating to use and more efficient.
These updates are specifically tailored for Google’s new Pixel foldable phones. They address issues like the sudden disappearance of the toolbar or taskbar when you touch the screen. Another fix is related to animated wallpapers; they will no longer stop moving when you open apps. Additionally, the lock screen clock will no longer flicker with this update.
September 2023 Feature Update
Google is also distributing another update called the September 2023 Feature Drop for Pixel users. This update primarily focuses on resolving issues related to wearable devices. It aims to improve Fitbit or Google Fit functionality and sleep data. Additionally, it enhances Android Auto apps, Google Assistant, and the Assistant at a Glance Widget. You will also notice improvements in your ability to create visual content using Image Q&A within Lookout and import photos for Google Wallet Pass.
How to Get the Update
If you are enrolled in the Android Beta Program and own one of the following Pixel devices: Pixel 4a 5G, 5, 5a, 6, 6 Pro, 6a, 7, 7 Pro, 7a, Pixel Fold, or Pixel Tablet, the Android 14 Beta 5.3 update will be automatically delivered to your device. Keep an eye out for a notification displaying UPB5.230623.009 – this is the update you should be looking for.
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