The Android 12 beta for Pixel and some non-Pixel phones, including OnePlus’s, has just been made available by Google.
There are a few non-Pixel phones on the list, in addition to the Pixel phones that are getting a taste of Android 12’s first beta.OnePlus is also on this list because it announced the beta program for its most recent OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro smartphones shortly after the public beta was made available.
However, due to issues encountered by users who began installing it, the OnePlus 9’s Android 12 beta has been removed.This is what transpired.
OnePlus 9 Android 12 no longer available
Users of the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro may have experienced phone freezes during the setup process when installing the Android 12 beta.
In a tweet, Android Police’s Mark Weinbach said that when he tried to download the latest Android beta, his OnePlus 9 and Mi 11 bricked.He advises people who have non-Pixel phones not to install the update and to wait for fixes.
OnePlus decided to take action as a result of the issue, and the download links are currently unavailable.The update was made public via the OnePlus Forums by a OnePlus employee.The possibility of bricking the current OnePlus flagships is also mentioned in the Android 12 beta announcement post.
For those who are unaware, the Android 12 beta has been announced for a number of phones manufactured by other companies, including Realme, Oppo, Xiaomi, and Oppo.
During the ongoing Google I/O event, which will come to a close on May 20, Android 12 was recently announced.Since Android Nougat, the most recent version of Android has undergone significant design changes.In addition to the light and dark modes, the Material You design now features a new color scheme and colored modes.
An improved focus on user privacy and security, a larger clock widget, an integrated TV remote, and a slew of additional features are all part of the update.