Source: Daniel Bader / Android Central
Earlier this week, Google began rolling out a small update to the Android 11 Beta — version 1.5. The update was released without any fanfare, and rightfully so. It essentially exists just to fix a few bugs, such as allowing Google Pay to now work.
As unexciting as that may be, it's still great to see Google rolling out a patch like this so soon. Some of our AC forum members have been talking about the update, and it looks like a lot of them have already gotten it.
Other than Google play working supposedly, not much else is new.
Yeah small bug update
Android 11 is very smooth so far.
What about you? Did you get the Android 11 Beta 1.5 update?
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