The latest Android 14 beta QPR is squashing some Pixel bugs

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It’s the beginning of the month, which means that it’s time for some Android software updates. According to a new report, Google released the Android 14 beta QPR 1 2.2, and this version brings a ton of bug fixes to Pixel devices. They affect the new Pixel 8 phones along with older Pixel devices.

Just know that this is referring to the beta version of the software, so if you’re on the stable release, you won’t see it. The update for you will come out eventually.

Google released the new Android 14 Beta QPR 1 2.2 update

This update might look like a small tweak to the software, but it brings a ton of fixes to the software. Depending on the phone you’re using, it could be between 40MB and 103MB. The biggest update landed on the Pixel 8 Pro. This phone has the most fixes because it’s been behind the other phones when it comes to its updates.

The full changelog shows the long laundry list of fixes that this update brings, and some of the bugs are pretty serious, so you’ll want to update your phone as soon as you can. If you want to check out the changelog, it’s right below.

If you don’t know how to update your phone, don’t worry. Maybe, you just pick up a new Pixel 8 and you’re still getting used to it. If that’s the case, check out our Pixel 8 Review. It’s an in-depth analysis of what makes this phone the smartest on the market.

To update your phone, go to your settings and tap on the System button. On that page, tap on the Software update button. This will take you to the update center. You’ll most likely see a circle at the top of the screen spin for a second followed by your phone telling you that your phone is up to date.

However, you don’t always want to listen to that. At the bottom of the screen, you’ll see a Search for update button. Tap on that button, and you’ll see the circle spin again. Chances are that it will say that you have a new update. Tap on the Update button, and your phone will start updating.