Android 12 QPR3 Beta 3 is already going out to Pixel phones in what should be the last beta before the public debut next month.
The following quarterly feature drop, Android 12 QPR3, is expected to arrive next month along with a number of new user-facing features. Beta 3 provides the May security patch, which was made available on Monday for all other devices running stable, in the meantime. Resolved concerns include:
On Pixel 6 Pro devices, a problem was fixed where, occasionally, a white line would flash on the screen after waking up a device that wasn’t set up to constantly display the clock and other information on the lock screen. To improve call quality and connectivity, a number of issues were fixed. a keystore problem that was causing the NHS COVID-19 app to crash upon launch has been fixed. Open problems include:
When a user tries to use the camera on a Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro device, the system will occasionally crash. In rare instances, a device’s personal profile’s Google Camera app icon displays an incorrect work profile signal. You must wait till Beta 2 after applying today’s update in order to install Android 13 Beta 1.
It is possible to get Android 12 QPR3 Beta 3 (S3B1.220420.005) for the Pixel 4/XL, 4a, 5, 5a, 6, and 6 Pro. Participants in the Android 12 Beta Program will receive an OTA update to QPR3 Beta 3.
For flashing/sideloading in addition to the Android Beta Program , the factory and OTA images are available below: