Google today rolled out the Android 14 Beta 3.1 update, a small update that includes several bug fixes and a June security patch. One of the most noteworthy is that the update addresses an issue where the fingerprint unlock on some Pixel phones doesn’t work or is unstable.
If you’re already in the Android test program and have a compatible Pixel phone, you can check and download this update from the Settings menu. IGeekphone notes that the update file size is only 66.80MB and the download is fast, but the installation process may take some time.
According to Google, the update mainly fixes the following two issues:
Fixed an issue where fingerprint unlock was unavailable or unreliable on some devices. (Question No. : 284360298, 284529436, 284436572)
Fixed platform compatibility issues affecting the Map SDK that caused some apps that relied on the Map SDK to crash in some cases.
Google also reminded users that the update may not be rolled out to all devices immediately and may take a week or so to fully cover. If you haven’t been notified of the update, please be patient.