Android 7.1.2 Appears To Be Rolling Out Now To Nexus Player And Pixel C
Android 7.1.2 Appears To Be Rolling Out Now To Nexus Player And Pixel C

A few months ago only Google released the first test version of the latest version of Android Nougat. Now, again it has something new which is awesome, but, this time it has the surprise for Nexus Player and Pixel C.

Android 7.1.2 Appears To Be Rolling Out Now To Nexus Player And Pixel C

Already the next version of Android to be tested, it would be expected that the tech giant Google slowed down the developments of Android 7.1.2. The truth is that this has not happened and according to reports are emerging, Android 7.1.2 is already on the street and reaching the first Nexus and Pixel devices.

This version of Android had been in tests since the end of January, in its first beta versions, trying to find the small errors that were later corrected.

The second beta was released less than 15 days ago and was expected to run for at least some more time, but the truth is that it is already coming via OTA to Google devices.

All the users who received it are not in the Google testing program, which shows that this should be the final version and that is already coming to all of these devices.

With version 7.1.2 Google wants to fix some problems detected in Android Nougat. This version also brought the gestures in the fingerprint reader, which allow direct access to the notifications, hence with this feature you can control them with a single finger.

This new version should be the latest version of Android 7, but, the tech giant Google already working on the next version, Android O, which is already in public tests.

This version already brings the next Google security update, on April 5th. If you have a Pixel or a Nexus device, then it’s the best time to apply the available update.



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