- Google plans to continue the Android 12 beta program, with the next update scheduled for December.
- Future Android 12 beta updates will include feature removal, bug fixes, and performance improvements.
- If you want to continue the stable Android 12 update track, you need to unregister by December 1st.
Just because it’s a stable version of Android 12 I have now roll out Google has not completed the beta update release for eligible Pixel smartphones.so director At r / android_beta subreddit, the Android Beta Program Team announced that current Android Beta subscribers will be able to continue their beta program and receive “Continuous Android 12 Pre-Release Updates.” These updates include feature removal, bug fixes, and performance and stability improvements.
The Android beta team has specified that if you do not perform the action to unregister your device from the Android beta program, you will automatically receive the next beta update from December 2021. However, if you want to return to a stable track on Android 12, you can unregister your device between now (after installing today’s update) and Wednesday, December 1st. If you do not unregister within the specified time period, unregistering the device at any other time will reset it to factory defaults.
See the announcement below for more information.
You can continue to be in beta on your Pixel device and continue to receive pre-release updates for Android 12, including feature removal, bug fixes, stability and performance improvements, ahead of the public release schedule starting in December.
If you do nothing and leave your Pixel device enrolled in the beta program, you’ll automatically get the next Android 12 beta update starting in December. If you opt out of the program after installing the December beta update, all user data on your device will be erased according to normal program guidelines.
We don’t know what Google will include in these upcoming Android 12 beta updates, how often they will be released, or how long the Android 12 beta program will last.
You can opt in or out of the Android 12 beta program With this link..
Google releases more Android 12 beta updates
https://www./android-12-beta-updates-3043352/ Google releases more Android 12 beta updates