Later this week, Google released the May security patch. Now, Google has followed up with the release of Android 12 QPR Beta 3 for Pixel phones. This is the final beta version of the June Feature Drop for Google Pixel. This version, like the last beta release, is only compatible with Google Pixel 4 and is newer.
The update includes the May 2022 security patch, which was released on Monday. Aside from the security patch, the beta version focuses on stability and bug repairs. Let’s see what problems it addresses.
On Pixel 6 Pro devices, a white line occasionally appeared on the screen after waking up a device that was not configured to constantly display the clock and other information on the lock screen.
Various problems were resolved in order to enhance call quality and
A Keystore problem that caused the NHS COVID-19 app to fail when launched has been resolved.
When the user attempts to take a photo with the camera on Pixel 6 and 6 Pro devices, the system crashes in some situations.
In rare circumstances, the Google Camera app icon in a device’s personal profile erroneously shows a work profile indicator.
If your Pixel is compatible with Android 12 QPR Beta 3, you can download and install the update by going here. This is the URL to the Android Beta Program. When you click the page, touch on the banner that says “View your eligible devices,” and you’ll see an image of your Tap the “Opt-In” button at the bottom, and you will receive an OTA update with the QPR Beta 3 within 24
Please keep in mind that after installing the QPR Beta 3 update, you will no longer be able to install Android 13 Beta 1 and will have to wait till Beta 2 arrives.