Download And Install Android 7.1.2 Beta In Google Pixel C

Google has announced Android 7.1.2 Nougat update. This Update is maintenance release which is mainly focused on improving performance and fixing bugs. This is update is rolling out via OTA to BETA subscribers. If you want to receive an OTA enroll your device in the beta program. However, OTA update may take few weeks to hit your device.

Google is rolling out Android 7.1.2 Nougat update for all its eligible devices that are enrolled in the beta program. This is an incremental maintenance release mainly focused on optimizations, bug fixes, small enhancements for users and carriers. If you don’t to wait for OTA then you can follow the below to manually install Android 7.1.2 Beta in Google Pixel C.

Disclaimer is not responsible for any damage to your device(s) by following this guide. Proceed at your own risk.


  • This guide is only for Google Pixel C.
  • Back your device data.
  • Install USB Drivers.
  • Follow this guide carefully or else it may lead to brick your device.
  • Maintain at least 50-60% of charging to prevent accidental shutdown.


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Steps To Install Android 7.1.2 Beta In Google Pixel C

Android 7.1.2 Beta In Google Pixel C

  1. Download the Android 7.1.2 Image file from above link
  2. Unlock bootloader of your Pixel C device, if you haven’t done this already.
  3. Now Connect your Pixel C to PC using its USB
  4. Next, Extract the factory image file you downloaded In Step-1, using a free software like 7-zip on your PC. You should get flash-all.bat file. If not, then extract again.
  5. Then Disconnect your Pixel C device from PC if it’s connected.
  6. Boot your Pixel C into bootloader/fastboot mode:
    1. Power off the device.
    2. Press and hold both Volume Down and Power buttons together until you see anything on the screen.
  7. Connect your Pixel C to PC now using USB cable.
  8. Double click the flash-all.bat file on Windows — it’s in the folder where you extracted all contents of the downloaded file.
    If you’re in Linux or Mac, use this command in terminal: sh ./
  9. DONE!!!.
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