Google is preparing to launch the latest version of Android, which is a highly used mobile phone operating system in the world. At the moment, Android 11 surfacing, and the next Android 12 will be debuted by Google as soon as possible.
In the meantime, Google is delivering Android 12 Developers Preview ahead of the stable version. The developer previews increasing excitement levels among the consumer to see the official launching of Android 12.
To date, Google has released the first and second Android 12 Developers Preview, which brought new features including new accent color, notifications, quick settings, app overlay control, support for rounded corners, and more.
One thing worth mentioning that Google will not open all its cards at once, we are still around 3 to 4 months far from the official revealing. So, this journey is going to be very interesting and full of surprising features, which Google sents time to time.
In the meantime, Google is also fixing known issues and bugs that arrive with Android 12 Developer Preview by rolling out bug-fix updates. Last month, the company has already released a bug-fix update that brought Webview to fix an issue that caused some apps to crash.
Now, Google has started rolling out a new bug-fix update with version Developer Preview 2.2. This minor update to Android 12 Developer Preview beta 2 comes with the following fixes:
- Fixed an issue that sometimes caused the Settings app to crash when a user tried to access Bluetooth settings. (Issue #180962266)
- Fixed an issue that caused widgets to be removed from the home screen after a user installed an OTA update.
- Fixed an issue that caused notifications to be sent about low Bluetooth call quality even when call quality was currently unaffected.
- Fixed an issue that caused WiFi network passwords to not be saved in some cases.
- Fixed an issue that caused the notification shade to be activated when typing on the on-screen keyboard.
- Fixed an issue with Codec 2.0 that could cause apps to crash on some devices.
- Fixed an issue that could cause videos to be encoded incorrectly when shared.
- If you’re already running a Developer Preview version, you will automatically receive an over-the-air (OTA) update to Developer Preview 2.2.
- The update is already rolling out via the traditional means for those that have installed a prior Android 12 Developer Preview.
- Compatible phones remain the same: The Pixel 3 series, 3a series, 4 series, 4a series, and Pixel 5.