Android November Update for Google Pixels is Out to Fix Reboot Loops

Google and iHeartMedia have been sued for allegedly running misleading Pixel 4 ads
Google and iHeartMedia have been sued for allegedly running misleading Pixel 4 ads

Not for Android 14; every update to Google’s owned operating system also has initial issues.

The recently released Android 14 comes with a reboot loop. There were also other issues, such as out-of-space errors for Android users with multiple accounts on their devices.

To fix the issue of reboot loops for Google Pixels, Android is releasing the November Android update, and the bug is now fixed thanks to the update.

The reboot loop problem occurred on almost every Pixel device, including Google Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, Pixel 7a, Pixel Tablet, Pixel Fold, Pixel 8, and Pixel 8 Pro.

Besides the reboot loops, another issue of green flash is also addressed by Google.

This is an essential update for Pixel users, and everyone must install it to avoid the flaws in their current Android version. The Android 14 November update will take a week to roll out completely.

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