Google Messages were troubling Pixel device owners (running the Android 14 beta) for a while, but the tech maker has fixed the issue altogether. As per the latest inputs, the company is now rolling out a new version of the respective application widely among users.
In case you are unaware, a recent Google Messages update in the Pixel phones with Android 14 beta, resulted in app crashing. It seemed as if the application was not compatible with the high-end Android build.
Further, the issue was so hectic that it restricted its users to run the Messages app efficiently. The app not only created difficulty in the visual effects but also caused an immediate crash whenever a user tries to open a conversation.
Thus, it was important to push a solution as a priority. Finally, the company released fresh firmware for Google Messages on the Android 14 beta version and fixed the nasty bug in the application program. As of now, Pixel phone holders will be able to operate the app swiftly and more effectively.
According to the information, Google is rolling out the update for Messages with the android_20230502_01_RC01 version. This build is arriving in the beta channel with a fix for the issues. Thus, it is now safe and secure to update the application from Play Store.
The details suggest that the new release is widely making its way among consumers. Hence, it won’t take much time to reach your phone. Meanwhile, you can keep an eye on the Google Play Store and grab the new update instantly.