After pausing the Android Q Beta 4 because some users experienced issues after attempting to install it, Google could be ready to restart things. This afternoon, Google updated the builds for Beta 4 and posted new factory image files.
The new build is available as QPP4.190502.019, while the original build was QPP4.190502.018.
If you missed out on early flashing of Beta 4, your time should be here shortly. And if you are into flashing factory images, you can go ahead and update now before the over-the-air (OTA) update rolls out.
- UPDATE: Yep, Google confirms that this is the fixed build and that everyone in the Android Q Beta program will get this new update, even those that were on the first Beta 4 build. Be sure to check for it!
We’ve resolved the issue affecting some users when updating to Beta 4 and we’re resuming updates. All enrolled devices will receive a new Beta 4 update to QPP4.190502.019 (even those with Beta 4 QPP4.190502.018 installed). We’ve also updated downloadable images for developers. pic.twitter.com/7xxCemrfXa
— Android Developers (@AndroidDev) June 11, 2019
If you’d like to manually flash the files instead of waiting for the over-the-air update, you can download the Beta 4 images right here. Instructions on how to flash a factory image can be found here.
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