The public release of Android O is slated to happen in Q3 2017.
If you're running the latest developer preview, head to About phone and check it out for yourself! The company today shipped the final Android O developer beta ahead of the official launch that's due to take place in a couple of months from now. We'll be testing it soon, but we can confidently guess it'll probably run just about all of your apps without fail-something that developer preview 3 couldn't do.
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The crowd also chanted "Bye, bye, Betsy". "It is understandable to me that people's frustration is high", she said . Hodges referenced the chief's resignation earlier in the press briefing before it was shut down by demonstrators.
Be sure to check the Android O Developer Preview 4 release notes page for the full list of changes. You may also want to publish your APK updates in your alpha, beta, or production channels with the current targeting level, so that they're available as users start to receive Android O.
The primary intent of the previews, however, is to provide developers time to test their apps before the public release arrives.
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But a nightmare collapse of three wickets in the space of 12 balls left them five down with 74 runs still needed. But the two players at the crease were well equipped to shake off the ghosts of past. "What a game of cricket".
Dave Burke, Android's VP of Engineering, says DP4 contains all final system behaviors, bug fixes, optimizations, and APIs that will be included in the release version.
The as-yet-named Android O (Oreo, anyone?) includes a number of new features such as autofill, adaptive launcher icons, picture-in-picture, improved notifications, support for Wi-Fi Aware and more.
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Android O Developer Preview 4 is a release candidate, meaning that you can install this latest version and expect to experience stable performance. Alternatively, you can manually flash the new system images.