Android 14 Beta 4 is out: The last step before the stable update

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Another month has passed, and it’s time for the fourth Android 14 beta. This latest build focuses on adding polish to the system and addressing various bugs. It’s an important milestone as it marks the second “Platform Stable” release of Android 14. This means that all the developer APIs and app-facing behaviors have been finalized. And won’t undergo any further changes before the official release, which is expected to be available to the public soon.

Android 14 Beta 4: Finalizing the Release and Preparing for the Public Launch

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It appears that Beta 4 is the final beta version before the official release is available to all supported Pixel devices. While Google has not provided a specific release date, based on the pattern from last year, it’s likely to arrive in August. The timeline provided by Google strongly suggests this timeframe as well.

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Google has not explicitly confirmed that the final release is next in line. This may be to allow for any major issues discovered in Beta 4 to be promptly addressed. In such cases, Google can quickly issue a subsequent update, such as Beta 4.1. Over the coming weeks, we will learn more about the status of the final release.

If you’re already in Google’s Android Beta program with an eligible Pixel device, you can expect to receive Beta 4 as an over-the-air software update. However, if your device is not yet in and you wish to participate, you can easily do so by following the enrollment process provided by Google. Once your device is in, it may take a few minutes to a few hours before you receive the latest beta build as a software update.

In conclusion, the fourth Android 14 beta brings further improvements and bug fixes. Signaling that the official release is drawing near. Pixel device owners enrolled in the Android Beta program can anticipate receiving the update soon. While others can enroll to join in the testing phase. The final release is just around the corner. And users can look forward to experiencing the new features and enhancements that Android 14 will bring to their devices.

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