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Google has re-released Android Q’s fourth beta after fixing an issue that caused some Pixel devices to “bootloop,” meaning they were trapped in a constant reset state. Read More »
7 Days Ago Google a few days ago released the fourth Android Q beta version to testers, but Pixel users quickly discovered a bug that essentially bricked the phone, forcing it into a boot loop.
6 Days Ago Google is resuming the Android Q Beta 4 update after fixing an issue that caused boot loops for some users. The fourth iteration of the Android Q beta started rolling out to users on June 6th, but Google promptly paused the rollout after users reported bootloops.
7 Days Ago Google released Android Q Beta 4 on June 5, but soon after, the company halted the rollout following reports of failed installations from many Pixel users.
7 Days Ago Update 1: 2019/06/06 1:40am PDT Following these reports, the Android team has paused the OTA rollout of the Android Q Beta 4 to investigate the issue.
5 Days Ago Google has made the beta version of Android 10 Q available to download and install. Android Q's beta is here. There are two different routes you can
9 Days Ago The Android Q Betas have had a ton of major changes, both in the interface and in the APIs that applications use. However, there are some changes so minor that they aren't quite important enough for a dedicated post.
11 Days Ago Update 1: 2019/03/14 9:57am PDT Based on our readers' input, we wanted to clarify the way DSDS works: The technology allows for both SIM modules to be simultaneously registered on the network, but they can't Update 2: 2019/04/04 5:02am PDT The Android Q Beta 2 brings a far more functional dual-SIM mode that doesn't keep switching between the two SIMs like the previous release.