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Android 12 beta program ends for Pixels: Here's what you can do next

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June 7, 2022
The Google Pixel 6 in Sorta Seafoam color in hand showing the home screen and display
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TL;DR
  • Google has announced the end of the Android 12 beta program for Pixels.
  • This comes after the June feature drop and Android 12 QPR3 release.

Google launched the June feature drop and Android 12 QPR3 for Pixel phones yesterday, bringing a music maker, a digital vaccination card on the home screen, and a few more additions. It turns out that these releases also mark the end of the Android 12 beta program.

“We’re excited to announce that the official Android 12 June release will begin rolling out worldwide to Pixel devices starting today! This concludes our Android 12 (QPR3) beta program,” read an excerpt of a post by the official u/androidbetaprogram Reddit account (spotted by 9to5Google).

Google adds that your Pixel device will automatically be unenrolled from the beta testing program over the coming weeks, although you can also manually opt out of the program to save time.

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However, those interested in the Android 13 beta should opt out of the Android 12 beta program and then opt into the Android 13 beta program.

Otherwise, Google says Pixel owners waiting for the June feature drop and Android 12 QPR3 will start getting it from today. The rollout will take place over a week though, so sit tight if you haven’t received it yet.