A few days ago, we shared with you our first impressions of Android 11 Beta, the first beta version of this new operating system. This is the evolution of Android 11 and while it has some work to do, makes significant improvements and improves what we already had.

However, there were a few significant flaws, such as that Android Pay was not working, which is odd because the old developer previews didn’t have this problem. Google has released a ‘1.5’ version to fix these bugs, so it’s recommended to update those that might install Android 11 on Google Pixel.


Google Pay now works on Android 11

Android Beta

Android 11 is a new version of the operating system which introduces new features in terms of design, functionality and performance. however, there were mistakes that were hard to forgive even in beta, such as the error that prevented Google Pay from being used. This mobile payment app worked from the Android 11 developer first preview, but for some reason it stopped working with the beta of Android 11.

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Android 11 Beta version ‘1.5’ fixes the main ROM bugs. It is now a much more stable system

Google has just released a version with fixes, including the solution to failure with Google Pay. Apart from that, the bugs related to some weird reboots that devices could get have been fixed. More specifically, this is the list of modifications. They are few, but important.

Android 11 beta, first impressions: a promising update that still has work to do

  • Troubleshooting errors with eSIM in Pixel 3 and Pixel 3a
  • Fixed restarts when using navigation gestures
  • Fixed restarts when we change orientation of an app
  • Fixed Bluetooth pairing issues
  • Fixed an issue with Google Pay
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As always, you can download this version from the Google page and install it manually. However, if you want to wait, you can also update via OTA, because the update will arrive on the devices so that we can update the settings themselves.

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