Google Stopped Android Q Beta 4 Roll Out

Google Stopped Android Q Beta 4 Roll Out

The developers of the upcoming Android Q made the fourth beta version available, and the company started to roll out as well. But there were complaints that users facing trouble while installing the update. Well, now the Mountain View company Google has listened to the issues and stopped the rollout.

Google has stopped the rollout of Android Q beta 4 and started the investigation to find out the installation issues, the company also apologized for the inconvenience to the users and said that it will resume the rollout once the problem fixed.

As of now, there is no exact timeline for the resuming of the Beta 4 rollout but we expect that the company will roll out this very soon because it will not take so much time to fix the issue.

Features of Android Q Beta 4

It is coming with the final APIs to set developers in motion, the developer APIs (API level 29), the official API 29 SDK, and updated build tools for Android Studio. Well, the latest arrivals will allow the developers to test and build apps for the upcoming Android Q. If you are a developer, then you can download API 29 SDK and tools into the stable release of Android Studio 3.4. The tech giant has also released a guide to support the developers to work without any issues.

Furthermore, the latest beta builds brings the ability to remove the notifications by swiping from any side and the update also allows users to snooze and control notification settings, and the builds also make way for Dynamic System Updates (DSU).

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