After going through a few Developer Previews and Beta Phases, the latest iteration of Android is now finally in the stable stage. Available for the public release, you could now install Android 11 onto your devices. As is the case, Pixel devices are among the front runners when it comes
Google Pixel 4
Google is already rolling high with the rollout of the Android 11 Beta 1 update. Though the push of Android 11 Beta 1 was delayed, it finally got into track and a bunch of OEMs have also made the update available for their eligible phones. While Google is prepping up
From this guide, you could download the June 2020 Security Patch for a bunch of Pixel devices, including Pixel 2, 3, 3a, and 4, and their XL variants. Its time to welcome a new month, and with that, a new update as well. Android devices, apart from the usual Android
Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL owners are some of the few users that can check out the Android 11 Developer Preview update. The Developer Preview builds are early builds and are bound to have a few bugs and glitches. Google releases these preview builds to help developers test
As the May month has arrived, Google has recently released the May 2020 Security Patch for Pixel devices (excluding first-gen) that includes the build numbers QQ2A.200501.001.A3 / QQ2A.200501.001.B2 / QQ2A.200501.001.B3 respectively. Now, the A3 builds are exclusive for the Taiwan region and B2/B3 builds are for all other carriers (Global).