Did you enroll in the Android O Beta Program that launched yesterday? If so, youâ€™ve got a new update coming your way.
Google is now rolling out a small update for Android O beta testers. The update is version OPP2.170420.019, up from yesterdayâ€™s OPP2.170420.017 release, and it weighed in at just 44.5MB on my Nexus 6P.
As for whatâ€™s included, Google hasnâ€™t officially spilled any details. The small size suggests that itâ€™s a bug-fixing update. Some folks say that theyâ€™re no longer getting an â€œunsupported in this buildâ€� error message for Android Pay, but others say that theyâ€™re still unable to actually use the app.
Some Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P owners say that theyâ€™re getting errors when trying to update. I encountered the issue on my 6P, with the device giving me an error when it tries to install the update and then requiring a hard reboot to get things back up and running. Hereâ€™s to hoping that we hear more about whatâ€™s going on with this update soon.
If youâ€™ve got a device thatâ€™s enrolled in the Android O Beta Program, you can check for this update by going into Settings > System > System updates.
Have you gotten this update?