During the weekend, Google mended up the issues with its QR code-reading capabilities located in the Google Camera and Google Lens apps where URLs were misinterpreted for Android 12 end users. But despite this move, few errors existed and persist in Android 11 devices, as well, and this did not just emanate from Google.
How The QR Code Scanning On Android Might Be Broken Beyond Thoughts
Reports being circulated by a German publication Heise, QR read errors are also on Pixels with Android 11 and OnePlus devices with OxygenOS on Android 11 and 12. These sorts of oversight, as was formerly reported, are seen by strange behaviors which includes the impromptu removal of broader , trending top-level domains think .beer turning into Belgium’s .be or breaking URLs with subdomains with www2.example.com becoming www.2.example.com. This changes are said to be effected soon.
But these phones, which includes Pixels together with Android 12 through Google Camera, even after the updated patch, may be also prone to false information about different calendar schedules.
Reviewed dated might be a month earlier than the main date on the appointment. In scenarios of an the scheduled date where the following month does not have a 29th, 30th, or 31st day, the difference becomes 31 days. Moving forward, readers might also overlook the Z signifier on scheduled times in the undiluted data that indicates UTC +0, rezoning them to the user’s zone. For what it’s worth, we these errors were not replicated on a Pixel 3a with Android 12 and Google Camera v8.4.400.
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