Google releases Android P Developer Preview 3
Factory images and OTA files are available now.
It’s been a little less than a month since Google launched Android P’s Developer Preview 2, and right on schedule, the company’s now pushing out Developer Preview 3.
Both the factory images and OTA files for DP3 were recently added to the Android Developer website, and one of the highlights for this update includes the ability for developers to publish apps to Google Play’s alpha and beta channels as they continue to test their software with Android P.
As for user-facing changes, don’t expect as big of a difference compared to what saw from Developer Preview 1 to Developer Preview 2. There will likely be some performance enhancements and general bug fixes, but most of the features introduced with the last version should stay the same.
You can manually load Developer Preview 3 onto your device right now, and if you’re enrolled in the Android Beta Program, an over-the-air update should be made available soon.
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