It’s been months since Google officially released Android 11, but there haven’t been many phone upgrades. As a “pro-son”, Google’s Pixel Series phones can be upgraded to a new version for the first time, but they also mean bugs are encountered earlier than other phones. Fortunately, however, Google quickly took action, with targeted fixes in the latest Launch of pixel Security Update in November.
BUGs are not uncommon in system software, and even large companies such as Google, Microsoft and Apple have bugs. Bugs found on Android 11 vary in severity, with one of the most notable bugs being the Do Not Disturb feature on your Pixel phone.
According to reports, Do Not Disturb does not accept calls from star contacts, resulting in an incident in which an elderly mother was unable to contact her child. Fortunately, this month’s security and error-fixing update solves the problem with pixel 3 and later phones.
Of course, this is not the only mistake worth mentioning. It also fixes an error that exists on Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G devices and enables Android Auto mode to completely block in calls. For those who also experience touch sound issues on both phones, this issue is said to have been fixed in this update.