Google Released Beta Version of Android 7.1.2
Android N is the latest version from Google. There is a new update released to all the Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5x and Nexus 6P. These phones are from Google and they support the latest updates from Google. Today, all the beta users of Android got an update of Android 7.1.2 Nougat.
This version will be having something new and what’s new and you will find that in this article. There are devices who has not received the update of the latest Android 7.1 and Google released the new update of Android 7.1.2. I will be telling you how can you install this on your device and enjoy the newly available features.
Today, a few hours ago all the Android users who were in the beta program got an update of the new Android 7.1.2. If you are having any Nexus devices and want to enjoy the latest beta update then you can simply sign up for the beta program. This is the first beta and in the future, there are chances that users might get the new update soon.
If you are having Android device such as Nexus 6P, Nexus 5x, Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus Player and Pixel C device then you can enjoy the new update on your device.
What’s New in Android Nougat 7.1.2?
I have seen most of the users asking that what is exactly new in this new update of Android 7.1.2. Google has not said anything about this new update on any of the site. There were some glitches, bugs, and defects in the Android 7.1.1. This is the reason why Google released the new update of Android.
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How to test Android Nougat 7.1.2?
If you are interested to get involved in the latest beta program from Google then you can simply sign up for the new updates from google for your device. You simply need to visit Android.com/Beta enter your email address and select your device and then you can enjoy the latest version of Google.
There will be new version launched from the Google you need to wait and let the beta arrive on your phone and do let us know the known feature you found in the latest beta release from Google.