According to some recent reports, Nexus 6P users who enrolled themselves in Google’s Android Beta program ended up being stuck on Android Nougat 7.1.2 beta while regular users received the stable update. While the reasons for this issue are still unclear, testers who were on the beta build can now breathe a sigh of relief as Google has started rolling out the stable 7.1.2 firmware update.
This final update is just 26MB in size and comes with the build number N2G47H. The Android Nougat 7.1.2 update brings some improvements and bug fixes for Pixel devices in particular.
It resolves the early shutdown issue along with those who experience the pink banding on the camera. Some users also reported annoying audio cracking experience when the speaker was played at high volumes, is also fixed.
Those who updated their smartphones initially and were also being offered another OTA update that led them back to the beta build can relax now because this minor glitch should now be solved.
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