Google launches Beta 1.5 of Android 11 with fixes in Google Pay and other improvements
At the beginning of the month, Google launched the first beta of Android 11, full of news. Not only did we have a makeover on important points like notifications, now much more robust, but also the end of the separation of long video recordings in multiple files and the possible addition of Nearby Sharing, the “Google AirDrop” . Even so, precisely because it is software in the testing phase, a large number of flaws were found.
To resolve this, the search giant released Beta 11 of Android 11 today, with numerous fixes. Among them is the fixing of bugs that occurred when users tried to make payments via NFC with Google Pay, critical flaws when gesture navigation was used at the same time that the device was rotated, errors regarding the pairing of accessories via Bluetooth, in addition to the use of physical SIM even with the use of eSIM.
However, the new version of the software also comes with its own problems, which this time affect Android Auto, it is recommended to avoid the update if it is an essential feature for you. Beta 1.5 is now available for download on Pixel family devices via OTA for those who are already enrolled in the program.
Even today, the search giant has also released firmware updates for its Nest routers, with optimizations aimed at working on slower Internet connections. It is also worth remembering that the company has just announced a partnership with Parallels to bring several Windows programs to Chrome OS.
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