Google updates Android P beta with finalized APIs, 157 new emoji

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Keep in mind that the over-the-air rollout for folks already enrolled in the testing program and running Android P Beta 1 is now underway for Pixel phones only, with participating devices from Google partners (like the Essential Phone, Nokia 7 Plus or OnePlus 6) set to follow suit "over the coming weeks".

If you're already testing the Android P beta on your Pixel or other compatible devices, Google says you will soon get Beta 2 over-the-air (OTA).

The latest Android P update is rolling out to developer and beta participants starting Wednesday. Additionally, Android P-compatible apps can now be published for users to help test through Google Play's alpha, beta, and production channels.

Google launched the first Android P developer preview in March and waited until May to release the second Android P developer preview at its I/O developers conference.

With the Android P beta program, Google opened participating to some hardware partners such as Nokia and OnePlus.

According to Droid-life, some users point to a specific commit causing the issue, citing Google's attempt to fix an always-on blinking issue.

Android P includes a long list of new features and improvements to Android.

Adaptive Battery uses machine learning to prioritize system resources for the apps you care about the most. Most of these updates, though, are limited to the Pixel and Nexus devices, and not all Android phones running Android 8.1 Oreo.

We thus have two more previews to go before final release in the third quarter, so don't be surprised if you find plenty of bugs.

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