On Monday, Google started to reveal a considerable Android update to its Pixel phones — and afterward, it stopped. As 9to5Google reports, Google has pulled the March update for Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL phones that utilization AT&T from its website. The AT&T build is never again listed in Google’s Android API repository.
Google has not expressed its thinking for delaying the update. The organization revealed to The Verge that “timelines vary by device and carrier, however, they should all be underway in the coming days.” Companies are frequently transparent about cases where their software turns out with bugs, so this announcement causes it to appear to be likely that Google erroneously released the AT&T build ahead of schedule.
One Reddit client complained this morning that after sideloading the update, they were unexpectedly blocked from utilizing Google Pay’s contactless feature and got a mistake message showing that their Pixel 4 XL was running uncertified software. On the off chance that Google did, truth be told, fail to appropriately certify the AT&T building, which could block different applications that require a similar certification also.
Pixel 4 highlights weren’t the only casualty of the March update. Pixel 2 proprietors have likewise complained that Google’s Live Caption feature, which makes subtitles for videos, vanished without notice after the patch. This, as indicated by Google, was not done in mistake; the feature shouldn’t turn out to Pixel 2 phones until March twelfth, and it will be back on that date.
The March Android build incorporates various small however huge updates, incorporating fixes for bugs in availability, application interfaces, face unlock, and upgrades to motion sense gestures, 4K video playback, and the autofocus in the camera.
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