Since the release of Android 14, many Pixel smartphones have been experiencing bugs that could restrict user access to storage, but Google has finally released an update that fixes this issue.

According to Engagdet, the company has fixed a storage bug in the new update, and users can recover all their lost data.

However, despite the fact that the storage problem has been fixed, Pixel users whose phones started rebooting constantly after the update were not so lucky. Google is still working on the issue and promises to report on the progress soon.

As previously reported, the problems occurred mostly among users who had two or more Google accounts on their smartphones. Pixel 6 users experienced the most problems.