Nexus 6P Users Gets Latest Android Update Via The Beta Program

It seems that Google has just released the stable version of Android 7.1.2 Nougat for the Nexus 6P smartphones. However, this stable version can be downloaded and installed only for the users who were on the BETA build of the mentioned Android version on their Nexus 6P devices. The latest update for the Nexus 6P has 26MB and it comes with the build number N2G47H.

However, the installation file can also be downloaded from Google servers, if you can’t wait for the update to be released for your Nexus 6P via OTA.

Google has not mentioned anything about the final build of Android 7.1.2 OS that was just released for the Nexus 6P, which was under BETA program until now. According to reports, the Android 7.1.2 update also includes the April Android Security patch.

We remind you that the Android 7.1.2 update was released earlier this month for the Google Pixel, which has fixed some issues such as: a shutdown, a pink banding on the camera or audio popping issue that users were experiencing at high volume.

In other words, for Google Pixel devices, this update has brought many bug fixes, stability improvements and new features. Some of the changes that many have noticed right after installing the Android 7.1.2 Nougat update on their devices is the improved fingerprint swipe performance, battery usage alerts and Bluetooth connectivity improvements.

We have to mention that the Android 7.1.2 Nougat also brought many changes for some of the Nexus devices that have received this update. For example, the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P have received improved notification stability, general connectivity improvements, battery usage alerts and fingerprint swipe.

Have you installed the Android 7.1.2 Nougat (stable) on your Nexus 6P device? Tell us your thoughts about it!

One thought on “Nexus 6P Users Gets Latest Android Update Via The Beta Program”

  1. I installed 7.1.2 (beta) on my Nexus 6P about a month ago, and have had no problems. I’ll be curious to see what the ‘stabilized’ version is like when it arrives OTA, as promised by several of the Android pundits.
    I’m also hoping to get the promised Nougat upgrade for my Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 LTE (which will probably be 7.0, not the current 7.1.2).

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