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- Google is pushing Android 12 beta 4.1 to Pixel phones already in the fourth beta.
- The minor update (~6MB) brought some bug fixes, but no obvious new features.
- This version brings us closer to the inevitable stable release of the operating system.
A few weeks ago, Google launched the latest Android 12 beta. The fourth full iteration of the beta program brings some new features and a large number of bug fixes.
Today, the company is launching Android 12 beta 4.1. As the name suggests, this is a relatively small update that just fixes the issue of the major beta release. The size is just over 6MB, which is obviously not a huge improvement.
You can also take a look: All Android 12 features we know so far
Check out the screenshot below to learn more about the update.
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So far, we have not seen any obvious changes in the operating system that were not seen in Android 12 beta 4. Therefore, we tend to believe that this is just the final error compression update to the candidate version of Android 12 that we are close to – and the final stable version.
If you have a Pixel phone with Android 12, just go to Settings> System> System Update Grab this new version. If you have a supported Pixel phone and want to experience the latest Android version, we provide instructions on how to do it here.
We expect Google to launch a stable version of Android 12 sometime in early to mid-September. For more information on this, click here.