Android 7.1.2 is ready to roll out as announced by Google and it is build to all testers with compatible devices. This update is developed to squash bugs and to refine the pre-existing features. Although it also bring ‘some enhancements for users and carriers’.
Android 7.1.2 Beta
The beta build is current availing to for the beta testers who own the following devices: Google flagships ‘the Pixel and Pixel XL, Nexus Player, Nexus 5X and Pixel C. Google says that the beta update for the Nexus 6P is still being developed, but the company will going to release it soon.
Google’s Android beta program page is allowing the registeration for the users who aren’t enrolled and can Opt-In-eligible their android phone or tablet. Once enrolled, users will soon receive their over-the-air update. Those who prefer to update manually, they may do so as always.
Those users have to do nothing who have already enrolled with an eligible device. According to Dave Burke(VP of engineering), it’ll arrive ‘in the next few days’. He had announced the public beta via the android developers blog. No particular action is required on the part of enrolled users.
According to Google, the expected release of the final build of Android 7.1.2 ‘ion just the couple of months’. Tough luck to those who own Nexus 6 or Nexus 9, as Android 7.1.2 won’t going to land the latest software on these devices. Beta testers are being encouraged by Google who are eligible for Android 7.1.2 devices to participate in the android Beta Community.
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The new release is going to come out almost two months after 7.1.1 released for pixel handsets followed by the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P weeks later.
Users shouldn’t expect major thing to roll out with the release of Android 7.1.2, since it’ll mostly contains optimizations and bug fixes.