Download/Install Android P Developer Preview 2 (DP2) | PPP2.180412.013 (Android 9.0): Google has already started working on the stable build of upcoming Android 9.0 and the company has released the developer preview 1 two months ago.Google has confirmed that it will be releasing 4-5 developer previews before releasing the stable build.
Google now has started rolling out the latest developer preview 2 (DP2) to the Pixel devices.The update is only available for the beta users and can be downloaded and flashed manually.The latest Android P DP 2 bumps the software version number to PPP2.180412.013
As the name suggest, Android P is the 9th generation of Google’s Android Os.There are some extra features added to this newer Android version.This is the first Developer Preview so there will be some bugs but these will be fixed in the coming updates.With time Google has improved its mobile Os and now the latest Android 8.1 Oreo is very polished.Google will try to make it better in Android P.
Google’s Android P DP2 comes with some new features and improvements. If you own Google’s Pixel, Pixel XL, or Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, you can install the Android P Developer Preview 2 (DP2) | Android 9.0 On your device.We will be sharing the factory images and installation guide so don’t worry about that.
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Download Android P Developer Preview 2 (DP2) | Factory Image
How To Install Install Android P Developer Preview 2 (DP2) | Android 9.0
If you want to flash the full firmware files/factory image (like in the download section above), follow this guide > Steps To Install Android P 9.0 Developer Preview 1 On Pixel Devices (Similar Steps)
If you want to flash the OTA Update Only then follow this guide > How To Install OTA Firmware Updates Using ADB Sideload (Only for OTAs, not for DP2)
The OTA files for these devices have not been released yet. We will update the links as soon as they are available. Subscribe to our website to receive the notification immediately after we update our posts!
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