Android P Developer Preview Overview Updated July 25, 2018

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Android P Developer Preview Stories July 25

With Developer Preview 5, Android P is getting closer to its consumer release later this summer. As a “release candidate for final testing,” many features are getting tweaked with Google noting that Beta 4 is the “last preview milestone before we launch the official Android P platform later this summer.” Be sure to follow our updating (reverse chronological) list of all the new features.

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How to sideload the Android P Developer Preview 5 OTA on Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL

Google released the fifth developer preview for Android P today (otherwise known as Beta 3). While the update will be rolling out to Pixel owners signed up for the Android Beta Program, you can sideload it early if you’re feeling impatient. Here’s how…

The final Android P Developer Preview is rolling out today and brings the latest version of Google’s mobile operating system closer to a public launch. Developer Preview 5 is officially the “release candidate for final testing” and should be very similar to what consumers will install later this summer.

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Android P Developer Preview Stories July 5

With the second Android P Developer Preview, we saw Google redesign the overview menu and add in several neat features — one of which was text selection. After it didn’t show up for everyone in DP4, people reported its disappearance as a bug to Google.

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Android P Developer Preview Stories July 3

Android’s sharing menu has evolved throughout the years, but one of its most powerful additions came in Marshmallow with the arrival of “Direct Share.” In the latest release of Android P, though, that feature is being trimmed down a bit…

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Android P Developer Preview Stories July 2

As you may know (especially if you follow us here at 9to5Google), Google’s Developer Preview 2 — launched at I/O in May — came with it a new gesture-based navigation system. I haven’t had much positive to say about it, but Google at least appears to be continuing to tweak it… as it has today with Developer Preview 4.

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