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Original story (published on May 19, 2021) follows:
Google showed off its plans for Android 12 at its I/O event a few hours ago and soon after dropped the Android 12 Beta 1 update for the public.
As expected, there’s a lot to unpack in the Android 12 beta 1 update, however, Google is yet to release its Material You design that has caught everyone’s attention.
But of course, a major new update also means a host of new bugs and issues that will need to be fixed with subsequent updates.
So in this article, we’ll keep tabs on all the bugs and issues that pop up on Google Pixel phones running on Android 12.
Given the fact that Android 12 is only in its beta stages, it won’t be surprising if you run into issues every now and then.
Hopefully, Google will iron out these problems over the course of the beta program that is expected to end in August, if all things go according to plan.
That said, it won’t be surprising to see some bugs and issues slip past the beta testing phase and make an appearance with the stable release.
So we’ll keep track of all these developments in one place to make it easier for you to know whether or not certain bugs and issues on Google Pixel phones running on Android 12 are widespread or not.

IST 01:50 pm: As per recent reports from Google’s IssueTacker, users are experiencing a couple of issues on the Android 12 beta 1 update where the Pixel Live Wallpaper is crashing and the QS battery estimates are appearing off-screen. Full coverage here.

IST 07:04 pm: It seems that users of the Android 12 beta 1 update are facing an issue where Gmail and other apps are crashing after a few seconds. However, there is a simple workaround to fix the same. More on that here.

IST 11:36 am: Google Pixel device owners who use the app are advised to hold off from updating their units to Android 12 beta 1 build as the app simply doesn’t work, at least for now. Learn more about that here.

IST 11:21 am: Google has reportedly confirmed that they will work on making the Android 12 ripple effect feel less glitchy. Of course, we’ll have to wait and see the newer animation to judge whether there’s any improvement.
IST 03:38 pm: Google Pixel device owners are complaining about battery not charging beyond 80%. But Google says it isn’t a bug and is more of an optimization feature. Find out why.

IST 12:26 PM: Users of Pixel devices on Android 12 beta 2 build are reporting issues with an inconsistent Monet theming engine and a navigation bar that remains stuck on the right-hand side of the display even in full-screen landscape apps. More on that here.
IST 02:32 PM: The upcoming Android 12 Beta 3 update may address buggy swipe on lock screen that freezes and prevents dismissing notifications along with the unfinished volume control layout on Google Pixels.
IST 06:33 PM: Some Google Pixel 4a users are facing an issue where the Recent apps button is not working even on the Android 12 beta 2 update. Check out the complete coverage for more details by heading here.

IST 09:03 PM: Several users had called for the removal of the gesture bar/pill from the Pixel Launcher home screen and lock screen on Android 12. But Google rejected saying that it’s intended behavior. Head here for the full story.

IST 01:46 PM: It is now coming to light that the issue of missing weather and player information on the lock screen and AOD has been fixed.
Marked as fixed.
The issue has been fixed and it will be available in a future build.

IST 11:27 AM: Google Pixel users on Android 12 beta 2 are unable to toggle Wi-Fi on/off from Quick Settings and here is all you need to know.

IST 10:27 AM: Google is rolling out an update to its Pixel devices on the Android 12 Beta program, this time Android 12 Beta 2.1.
This minor update to Android 12 Beta 2 includes various stability improvements as well as the following fixes:
– Fixed an issue that prevented users from accessing things on the lock screen. For example, swiping down for the notification shade, swiping away notifications, or swiping up to unlock the phone. (Issue #190702454)
– Fixed issues that caused information such as weather and calendar events to not appear in the At a Glance widget on the home screen or lock screen. (Issue #190700432, Issue #190644743)
– Fixed an issue that sometimes caused flickering or jittery animations when accessing recent apps with gesture navigation.
– Fixed an issue that sometimes caused microphone and camera permission indicators to get stuck and disappear until the phone was rebooted.
– Fixed an issue when using the Android Emulator with an Android Virtual Device (AVD) running Android 12 that prevented the AVD from connecting to the internet.
– Fixed an issue where after taking Beta and resetting the device, some users are were stuck on setup wizard (Issue #190082536).

IST 01:06 PM: The Android 12 Beta 3 just went live with improvements to the missing Wi-Fi toggle on quick settings.

IST 01:06 PM: The bootloop issue on Google Pixels has lived on for some users even after the Android 12 beta 3 update but there is a possible workaround.
IST 06:42 PM: Google Pixel issue where affected Android 12 users can’t dismiss missed call notifications gets addressed and a fix is set to roll out with next update. Head here for details.

IST 01:06 PM: The Android 12 beta 3 unresponsive home screen issue after screen unlock is set to get fixed in the next update for the Google Pixels. Details here.

IST 12:53 PM: The Google Pixel 4a issue where the Recent apps button wasn’t showing has been addressed in Android 12 Beta 3 update. More on that here.
IST 1:23 pm: Android 12 Beta 3.1 has been released and the search bar issue that was first seen in Beta 3 has still not been addressed. More on that here.

IST 02:27 PM: The Google Phone app is doing away with SIP settings on Android 12 indicating that you won’t be able to add a SIP account or use the stock dialer for SIP calls.

IST 04:15 PM: Google Pixel users are facing a problem on the Android 12 beta 3 and 3.1 where pulling down the notifications shade from the lock screen shows a blank page instead of the quick settings panel. Head here for more details and a workaround for the same.

IST 10:02 am: Google is pushing out Android 12 Beta 4 to eligible Pixel devices and with it, comes a lot of bug fixes as outlined in this official documentation of the same.
– Fixed issues that prevented some notifications about missed calls from being dismissed. (Issue #193718971, Issue #194388100)
– Fixed issues where system theme colors did not apply to some Quick Settings tiles. (Issue #190633032, Issue #190338020)
– Fixed an issue where Quick Settings tiles did not align to the grid when dragging or rearranging them. (Issue #188641280)
– Fixed an issue where the alarm and mute icons did not display in the notification bar. (Issue #186769656)
– Fixed an issue where the primary Home screen was blank when swiping back to it from another page. (Issue #189435745)
– Fixed an issue where, when a Bluetooth device was connected, audio could not be heard after routing the audio to the phone during a call. (Issue #192585637)
– Fixed an issue where the Calendar widget wouldn’t load after it was added to the Home screen. (Issue #188799206)
– Fixed an issue where toggles for some options in the Settings app were not visible. (Issue #193727765)
– Fixed an issue where widgets would sometimes disappear after restarting the device. (Issue #191363476)
– Fixed an issue where RCS messages did not work when a VPN was active. (Issue #189577131)
– Fixed issues that sometimes caused devices to crash and restart. (Issue #194272305)
– Fixed an issue that caused multiple notifications about foreground service launch restrictions to display. (Issue #194081560)
– Fixed an issue where the wrong app would sometimes open when opening an app from the dock or Home screen area. (Issue #194766697)
– Fixed an issue where double-tapping the device’s screen would not wake it in some cases. (Issue #190453834)
– Fixed an issue where the cell signal strength was not displayed in the status bar. (Issue #190894572)
– Fixed an issue where if a screen recorder was active, the notification shade did not animate properly when closing. (Issue #191276597)
Other resolved issues
– Fixed an issue where, when playing music on Youtube Music on Android Auto, some users experienced audio playing out of the phone instead of the vehicle speakers or no audio at all in Toyota Cars.
– Fixed an issue where, when using Google Maps navigation on Android Auto, some users experienced issues with text being blurry.
– Fixed an issue where users couldn’t select a destination in Waze while using Android Auto.
– Fixed an issue where the phone became unresponsive or stuck on the lock screen after starting Android Auto.
– Fixed an issue where, in some scenarios, Google Maps could not provide different route options while using Android Auto.
– Fixed an issue on Android Auto where music would pause when the phone was locked.
– Fixed an issue on Android Auto where users sometimes heard Music audio while trying to reply to an SMS using the Google Assistant.
– Fixed an issue on Android Auto where Automatic Day and Night switching did not work.
(Source 1,2)
IST 12:03 PM: The Pixel launcher issue where the search bar appeared poorly designed that surfaced in Beta 3 and persisted through Beta 3.1 seems to be present even in Beta 4. More on that here.
IST 12:54 pm: Even after the obvious outrage from users about the move to relocate the device control menu from the power menu to the notification shade, Google has shipped Android 12 Beta 4 with the same location for the device control. More on that here.
IST 1:32 pm: Following the release of Android 12 Beta 4, users continue to complain about the removal of the ability to open the clock app by clicking on the clock. More on that in our coverage here.

IST 10:02 am: A section of Google Pixel owners are reportedly facing a bunch of issues following the release of the Android 12 Beta 4 build. These include a broken VPN service and banner notifications, media player disappearing when quick settings is expanded, among others. More on that here.
IST 11:08 am: Android 12 Beta 4 has made a few tweaks to the notifications when the device is in landscape mode and users are both thrilled and upset by this change. More on that here.

IST 10:02 am: New reports now indicate that the poorly designed search bar issue that has been afflicting Beta build users has now finally been fixed. This will be fixed in final S build.

01:32 pm (IST): The Android banner notifications not showing issue that surfaced following the update to Android 12 Beta 4 has reportedly been fixed and the fix will be available in the next release.

10:32 am (IST): The issue on Android 12 Beta 4 where System Intelligence keeps stopping or crashing for some Google Pixel devices has been escalated. More on that in our coverage of the same here.

03:13 pm (IST): The broken VPN issue that began following Android 12 Beta 4 has now been fixed with a Google Play security update. Head here to know more.
04:13 pm (IST): If your Google Play System updates to September 1 and then reverts to May 1 on Android 12 beta 4, you aren’t alone. Head here for details.

IST 10:02 am: Now, Google says that it is aware of an issue that causes the Phone app to keep crashing or crash loop on the Android 12 beta 4 build for Pixel users when using Bluetooth headset. Consequently, there is a suggested official workaround and you can learn more on that here.
IST 12:40 pm: As per recent reports, some Google Pixel users on Android 12 beta 4 are unable to install the latest Carrier Services update. Head here for more details and workaround for the issue.
IST 04:07 pm: Android 12 beta 4 may restart/crash or even factory reset in the event of multiple app crashes that occur upon checking app info. Head here for details.

IST 12:22 pm: Android 12 Beta 4.1 is rolling out to users on the Beta channel and with it comes a few more bug fixes as outlined in the excerpt of the release notes below.
– Fixed an issue that caused some devices to get stuck in a boot loop after restarting the device. (Issue #193789343)
– Fixed an issue where heads-up notifications were sometimes not shown, requiring the user to swipe into the notification drawer to view them. (Issue #196264672)
– Fixed an issue where the device volume controls sometimes did not work when casting. (Issue #196528545)
– Fixed an issue where Face Unlock did not work on some devices. (Issue #189819846)
– Fixed an issue that prevented users from granting the Nearby Devices permission to the Phone app in settings. Users who are experiencing a crash loop with the Phone app when trying to make a call over Bluetooth can now grant the required permission. To do this, long press the Phone app and tap App info , then go to Permissions > Nearby devices and select Allow. (Issue #196325588)
– Fixed an issue where, after connecting the phone to a VPN, the phone could not connect to the internet. (Issue #196237480)

IST 05:28 pm: The Android 12 beta 4.1 update appears to have broken the volume controls when casting. Fortunately, the issue has been escalated. To know more, head here.

IST 06:36 pm: As per an IssueTracker thread, the issue where RCS/chat features not working in the Messages app on Android 12 beta 4.1 has been escalated. However, several reports indicate that the issue was not fixed with Android 12 beta 4 and has been around since before that.

IST 12:19 pm: There have been complaints about the Android 12 beta 5 At a Glance widget not showing weather and its settings/options being broken. Thankfully, a fix is in the works.
IST 1:32 pm: Android 12 Beta 5 for the Google Pixel devices is rolling out and finally, it seems to address the broken search bar. More on that here.
IST 2:14 pm: Android 12 Beta 5 has reportedly added back the Device Controls feature that has been missing in the Beta builds. However, these have been moved from the Power menu in Android 11 to the lockscreen according to users. More on that here.

IST 01:01 pm: The At a Glance widget bug has apparently been resolved and a fix for it will be available via a future build. More on this here.

IST 10:01 am: A section of Google Pixel owners on Android 12 Beta are reporting bizarre behavior where the keyboard flashes every time they switch between apps.

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Is this a Beta thing? Notice the flash that takes place when the keyboard is up. Happens with other apps too, not just Keep.

IST 06:18 pm: The Google Play System updating bug is allegedly fixed with the beta 5 update that recently began rolling out. More details here.

IST 04:48 pm: The Google Play System updating bug has indeed been marked as fixed on the official issue tracker page. Head here for more.

IST 03:50 pm: Google has fixed the bug which resulted in a black screen appearing when pulling down the notification shade on the lockscreen. More details here.

IST 02:23 pm: As we inch closer to the official stable release of Android 12 for Pixel devices, more and more info continues to come to us.
Now, reports have it that the Android 12 update will come with patches for over 160 vulnerabilities. These include updates to:
– Android TV – 2
– Android runtime – 4
– Android Framework – 70
– Library – 2
– Media Framework – 21
– System – 63

IST 12:23 pm: The At a Glance feature has been broken for some time now and recently, we saw reports that a fix was coming to affected Pixel devices soon.
Now, a section of users now reports that Weather on At a Glance has returned and the weather widget seems to be back and working well.

IST 04:50 pm: The bug that caused QS battery estimates to be appearing off-screen is now resolved.

IST 09:50 am: Stable Android 12 is rolling out to Pixel devices and the issue to do with inconsistent Monet theming engine has now been fixed.
IST 06:00 pm: Many Pixel users say they are experiencing app crashing and freezing after updating their devices to Android 12. Google is yet to acknowledge the issue. More on that here.

IST 11:32 am: Google now says it is aware of the issue where Pixel users can’t access calendar in At a Glance widget after Android 12 update. Luckily, there’s a workaround. More in our coverage here.

IST 12:20 pm: Google Pixel users are having trouble to use the new scrolling screenshot feature of Android 12. Some cannot find the option, while others had it and it suddenly disappeared.
In addition, the conditions where the feature can be used have been clarified (for those who can use it). It can only be activated by taking a screenshot with the physical buttons. Also, the application must be compatible.
IST 02:15 pm: Many Pixel users are now reporting that they are having touch screen issues on the upper part of the screen after they updated to Android 12. More on that here.

IST 01:42 pm: The Android 12 Beta 4 issue where System Intelligence keeps stopping or crashing for some Pixel users has been fixed.

IST 10:21 am: Users who have been facing issues with RCS can now rest easy as the issue has now been fixed.

IST 10:32 am: Face Unlock has been having issues on the Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL and now, the issue has been marked as fixed, despite many still facing the issue.
More on this in our dedicated coverage of the same.

IST 12:29 pm: The Android 12 bug where pulling down Google Pixel notification shade once opens as if swiped twice is still present in the stable version, according to a few reports.

IST 12:10 pm: The issue on Google Pixel devices that affected Chromecast volume control through the Beta program seems to persist even on the stable release.

IST 12:32 pm: The issue where the Pixel Live Wallpaper was crashing has since been fixed.
IST 12:43 pm: A section of Google Pixel phone users are reportedly experiencing unusual battery drain after the Android 12 update. More on that in our coverage here.

IST 06:20 pm: A Gold Product Expert on Pixel community forums suggested a workaround for the face unlock issue.
The affected users can resolve this issue by booting into safe mode. If this doesn’t work then users can also try deleting or redoing the facial profile.

IST 02:10 pm: The new lock screen clock design on Android 12 is not liking many Google Pixel users. For those who want to change it, there is a workaround.

IST 09:10 am: Google is pushing out the November update to its Pixel devices and these can be identified by the following build numbers.
– Pixel 3a (XL): SP1A.211105.002
– Pixel 4 (XL): SP1A.211105.002
– Pixel 4a: SP1A.211105.002
– Pixel 4a (5G): SP1A.211105.003
– Pixel 5: SP1A.211105.003
– Pixel 5a (5G): SP1A.211105.003
– Pixel 6: SD1A.210817.036
– Pixel 6 Pro: SD1A.210817.036
– Pixel 3a (XL): SP1A.211105.002.A1
– Pixel 4 (XL): SP1A.211105.002.A1
– Pixel 4a: SP1A.211105.002.A1
– Pixel 4a (5G): SP1A.211105.002.A1
– Pixel 5: SP1A.211105.002.A1
– Pixel 5a (5G): SP1A.211105.002.A1
– Pixel 6: SD1A.210817.036.A8
– Pixel 6 Pro: SD1A.210817.036.A8
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– Pixel 4 (XL): SP1A.211105.004
– Pixel 4a: SP1A.211105.004
– Pixel 4a (5G): SP1A.211105.004
– Pixel 5: SP1A.211105.004
Below is a list of the known issues that are addressed with this update. Click on the images to zoom.
IST 05:15 pm: Google said the issue where Pixel owners were unable to control volume when casting is a legal issue and that it will be fixed in Android 12.1. More on that here.
IST 06:27 pm: Pixel users who were facing issues with abnormal battery drain after the update to Android 12 may find some solace in knowing that the issue may be investigated. More details here.

IST 02:20 pm: Some Google Pixel users report issues with Assistant app such as crashes, voice commands that are not fulfilled or the impossibility of activating it with the screen off after Android 12 update.
IST 05:30 pm: It looks like Android 12 users are facing an issue where the vibrate mode icon disappears from the status bar. The bug was earlier reported during the beta testing period but seems to have made it to the stable release.
07:00 pm Some Google Pixel users are reporting that Bluetooth audio playback is occasionally pausing on YouTube, Spotify, and other apps after the Android 12 update. More on that here.

09:24 am (IST): Some Pixel users are not impressed by the new change in battery settings of Android 12 which now shows usage data from the last 24 hours instead of data from last full charge. More on that here.
11:56 am (IST): Reports now indicate that on Android 12, apps and games will get restarted if you change your wallpaper due to Dynamic Color.
Google did note this in AOSP, saying:
Activities will be scheduled for restart via the regular life-cycle. This is similar to a configuration change but since ApplicationInfo changes are too low-level we don’t permit apps to opt out.

11:12 pm (IST): Now, reports have it that changing the animation speed on Google’s Pixel 6 series of devices can break the fingerprint scanner on AOD.

04:00 pm (IST): It looks like Google has tweaked the way how the swipe-up gesture works when using 2 button navigation starting with Android 12.
This is causing confusion amongst users with many not being able to access the app drawer. If you are affected by the same, head here for a workaround.

05:00 pm (IST): It now appears that some users are facing issues while attempting to charge their Pixel phones after the update to Android 12. Some claim that the battery does not charge at all. More details here.
07:00 pm (IST): Those who upgraded to Android 12 report that they cannot disable the Game Dashboard toggle. If you are affected by the same issue, head here for a workaround.

11:18 am (IST): A number of Google Pixel device owners (1,2) are reporting receiving a notification to update to Android 12. This, despite running the Android 12 build already.

06:48 pm (IST): A Google rep confirmed that the issue with the Verizon-exclusive updating rollout out to unlocked models was resolved.
We’re sorry for the alert you received. Not to worry, we’ve resolved this issue and you can disregard it. (Source)
Further, in a follow-up with 9to5Google, the company confirmed those who installed the update needn’t worry as a future update will restore their device to the correct carrier build.
07:00 pm (IST): The new Android 12 stretchy overscroll animation is frustrating some Google Pixel 6 users.
It can negatively interfere both visually and functionally. However, there is a workaround that can help:
Go to Settings -> Accessibility -> Text and Display -> Remove animations (3rd from the bottom)

11:30 pm (IST): Some Android 12 users are reporting that Android Auto is not working well after the update. Also, spotify voice commands on Android Auto are not responding.

05:20 pm (IST): Amazon Appstore is broken after Android 12 update. Users cannot download or update apps through the store. Amazon is already aware and working on a fix.

06:15 pm (IST): Android Auto users who are facing issues with the app after installing the update to Android 12 have been asked to send in bug reports to assist in the investigation. More details here.

12:43 pm (IST): Some Goole Pixel phone users report a fingerprint scanner disabled by Family Link issue. This would start after a November update.
However, there is a workaround that solves the problem:
Change the Screen Lock setting to None & save. This will clear all the saved fingerprints.
Change Screen Lock back to PIN, Pattern, or whatever you want.
Add the fingerprints back to Pixel Imprint (parent may need to do this due to Family Link) and it will work to unlock the phone again

11:19 am (IST): According to reports, Android 12 users with automatic wallpaper switchers have found that you can crash a game if it happens in the background.
A fix for this is said to be coming in Android 12L. With this expected change, background wallpaper changes won’t trigger theme changes.

05:14 pm (IST): A issue where the location permission pops up twice when selecting the ‘approximate location’ option has been sent in for investigation according to a Google employee on the official issue tracker.

05:38 pm (IST): The issue with the Amazon Appstore on Android 12 devices has now been officially acknowledged and the store even displays a message regarding the issue when opened. More details here.

1:11 pm (IST): A section of Discord users on Android 12 now report that they’re facing an issue where GIFs don’t autoplay.

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