Google delivered Developer Preview update 1.1 for Android 12 earlier today, a “minor” update that brings a small bunch of fixes to qualified gadgets. To explain, this isn’t Developer Preview 2, it’s just a bug fixer update meant to improve solidness for designers who are attempting to prepare for the Android 12 dispatch later this year.
If you’re tracking (*’s) advancement, either as a client or engineer, you’ll probably need to know what’s inside the update. Because of Google, we have a total breakdown. A few Android 12 the features incorporate a WiFi separate bug that has been settled, a “Framework UI continues to stop” message at whatever point you’d endeavor to snap a screen capture on the lock screen, just as a fix for an issue the Settings application could crash if the client attempted to get to application warning settings.ofHere’s the finished list.
Fixed an issue where on certain gadgets, the gadget irregularly disengaged from Wi-Fi in any event, when the Wi-Fi signal was strong.(*in Android 12 Developer Preview 1.1
12Fixed an issue where on certain gadgets, the gadget showed a “Framework UI continues to stop” message if the client attempted to take a screen capture by squeezing Power + Volume Down from the Lock screen.(*
12Fixed an issue with incomplete wake bolts that could cause inordinate battery drain.(*
12Fixed an issue where a gadget’s unique mark peruser could become lethargic when the gadget was suspended, requiring the client to open their gadget utilizing another method.(*
12Fixed an issue where the Settings application could crash if the client attempted to get to application notice settings.(*
12Fixed an issue where the framework UI could freeze after the client refreshed the device.(*
12Fixed an issue where the CellBroadcastReceiver application couldn’t acquire the
permission, causing crisis alarms to crash.(**)
12Fixed an issue that could make a few gadgets reboot intermittently.(*
12Fixed an issue that could make a few gadgets reboot after the client opened the gadget utilizing their PIN.(*
12We’ll keep on refreshing you with changes and fixes as Google makes them public.