Almost two weeks after the distribution of Android 14 Beta 2.1, an intermediate patch is designed to solve annoying bugs – including some careless critical issues – that testers have noticed, Google officially releases Android 14 Beta 3 Focus on increasing platform stability and identifying key features. In other words, it’s a “final” beta after which updates will contain only small improvements. So if you want to get into beta in a more stable situation, this is the right opportunity. But beware of bugs!
Android 14 Beta 3 Available: What’s Included?
Android 14 Beta 3 is available for compatible devices (Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel 7a) via Settings > System > System update With build number UPB3.230519.008, and at the moment, there aren’t any changes that can be leveraged to understand the major changes that have been introduced. thanks for the 9to5GoogleHowever, we do know that among the new features include a new charging indicator, more colors in themes, circular buttons in screenshot preview, gesture navigation tutorial, and sounds handle And clickand advanced customization of the clock on the lock screen.
In short, these are mainly novelties on the design front, accompanied by the already confirmed bugs Prevents you from fingerprint authentication. In fact, the sensor will not be recognized at all by the operating system, as if it had not been implemented even in the smartphone used. This is an issue that has so far only been confirmed on some Google Pixels.
For this reason, we recommend the download only for those who actually want to beta test and provide feedback to Google to fix Android 14 before a stable distribution. Those who want to try security will have to wait The next beta update is coming in Julyprior to the recent August issue.
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