Android 7.1.2 update fixes Google Pixel's pink camera streaks issue
Google has released Android 7.1.2 for the Pixel and Nexus smartphones, and with it comes a fix for the pink streaking issue affecting some Pixel cameras. Owners affected by the issue report a pink banding and vertical lines that appear on photos taken using the Pixel's camera app. Google had encouraged affected handset owners to factory reset their phone as a temporary solution for the problem, and now it has released a permanent fix with the latest version of Android.
In addition to fixing the Pixel's pink banding problem, Android 7.1.2 for Pixel and Nexus phones brings improvements to Bluetooth connectivity and fingerprint swipe performance, and also adds battery usage alerts. Google says audio popping and early shutdown issues have also been fixed.
The update is available now via both OTA update images and factory images. Handset owners who don't want to manually flash their device with an image can wait for the update to be delivered to their phone over-the-air, the rollout of which is happening now.
Via: Android Police
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