Google continues to work on Android 12. Now the Android 12 Developer Preview 1.1 update has been released.
Google rolled out the Android 12 Developer Preview 1.1 update to fix bugs and issues. This minor update also includes the March security patch. With this update offered to developers, Android 12 is said to be sitting down.
Among the problems solved by Developer Preview 1.1; Includes an unresponsive fingerprint reader, disconnecting Wi-Fi, crashing while taking a screenshot from the lock screen, and more.
Bugs fixed by update
Fixed an issue on some devices that caused the device to occasionally disconnect from Wi-Fi even if the Wi-Fi signal was strong.
Fixed the issue where on some devices, when the user tries to take a screenshot by pressing Power + Volume Down keys from the Lock screen, the device displays the message “System UI keeps stopping”.
Fixed an issue that could cause excessive battery drain.
Fixed an issue that required a device’s fingerprint reader to become unresponsive when the device is suspended, which required another method to unlock the user’s device.
When the user tries to access the application notification settings; Fixed an issue that caused the Settings app to crash.
Fixed an issue that could cause some devices to reboot intermittently.
Fixed an issue that could cause some devices to restart after unlocking the device using the user PIN code.
The Android 12 Developer Preview 1.1 update is about 5MB in size. Yes, you did not read wrong, 5 MB. If you have one of the Pixel models; You can install it from Settings> Check for Updates.
For other Android phones, this update seems to come in the first months of 2022 at the earliest.