Android 11 Beta Accidentally Rolled Out Early to Some Pixel Users

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Android 11 Beta Accidentally Rolled Out Early to Some Pixel Users
Google postponed its on-line Android 11 Beta Show as a result of ongoing protests within the US earlier final week. It was scheduled for third June however with the well timed announcement, we knew to not count on a beta launch this week. However, Google appears to have made an error and pushed out the Android 11 beta replace to some Pixel customers.

The firm began rolling out the June safety patch yesterday, with a boatload of latest options. Some customers, nevertheless, acquired extra than simply the most recent safety patch. First reported by XDA’s Mishaal Rahman, a minimum of two Pixel 4XL customers have acquired the Android 11 beta replace.

These customers had been a part of the Android beta program and have acquired an OTA replace for the primary beta launch. It carries the construct quantity RPB1.200504.018 however shouldn’t be the ultimate construct that’s will roll out to Pixel customers quickly. The replace weighs in at 736MB, as you possibly can see within the screenshot under.

Image Courtesy: Twitter/ Mishaal Rahman

Google is but to touch upon the botched Android 11 beta rollout however let’s take a fast have a look at among the options which have been noticed on this construct. No main UI modifications had been noticed, besides for 3 new icon kinds specifically Vessel, Tapered Rect, Pebble. You can allow the media participant to indicate up within the fast settings menu, as noticed in one of many developer builds. Android 11 has a devoted ‘media resumption’ developer setting for it.

Also, Android 11 may even let customers customise the facility menu to incorporate their Google Pay playing cards and good dwelling controls. The design has been floating on the Internet for months now and it looks like Google is de facto making it simple to entry these options. There’s a number of different minor modifications onboard however let’s look ahead to the official beta rollout to check them out ourselves.

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