What you need to know
- Google has rolled out Android 11 Beta 2, a stabilizing update.
- The new release contains a screen flickering bug for Pixel 4 users, one that's remained present since early developer builds.
- Android VP Dave Burke says an update fixing the issue will roll out within two weeks.
Google has rolled out Android 11 Beta 2, an update that brings stability to the APIs and behavior of the upcoming release. It's also more stable, usage wise, than the initial release, but there are still some quirks here and there.
Maddeningly for Pixel 4 users, some have found a screen flickering bug in the operating system, one that has been present since the Android 11 Developer Preview 4.
Describing the behavior on the Android subreddit, a tester noted:
Commenting on Twitter, Android VP Dave Burke says that this is a known issue, one that's already been fixed in internal builds. Google is set to roll out a quick fix within the next two weeks.
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