Android Q Developer Preview 4 is now out to OnePlus 7 Pro and 7 units right now, proper off the back of the third recent Q taster download.
In contrast to the Open beta program which updates and upgrades by way of OTA download, you have to sideload and install the update files even in case you are already enrolled within the Developer Preview program. Installing does give OnePlus owners the chance to test-drive Android Q because it evolves ahead of a full launch within the coming months.
It’s value noting that no official announcement has yet been made over on the Official OnePlus Boards. As a substitute, the download files have been spotted then reported by a number of commenters in a thread discussing Preview 3, with the download files now being shared throughout the thread.
If you happen to weren’t already aware, the OnePlus Android Q Developer Preview path doesn’t follow fairly the identical route because it does with the Android Q beta program on Pixel phones. Having previously installed on my OnePlus 6T, we did discover far more bugs, so hopefully, this latest update can present a more stable experience.
The changelog does not uncover a great deal of what’s new. Instead, it simply lists ‘System features enhancements’ as the core addition. This likely signifies that there are quite a number of fixes with this update — which is kind of expected on condition that this a ‘preview’ build after all.
It’s worth noting that OnePlus has additionally listed a number of the issues and problems you may face by installing and working the Q Developer Preview 4 on your OnePlus phone. A few of these include stability issues, app compatibility issues, fingerprint scanner recognition being reset, and Google Pay not working correctly.