Bug alert!! Google Has Paused Downloads Of Android 15 Developer Preview 1

A few days ago, Google announced the Developer Preview of Android. It was the Big News in the tech world.. Big G also rolled out a Device factory images link for Pixel devices. Along with this, Google also told about the Android Flash Tool, which allows you to securely flash a system image to pixel devices, where it works with web browsers such as Chrome and Microsoft Edge.

Google has asserted a temporary pause on the Android 15 DP1. The tech giant unveiled the magnanimous Android 15 DP1 last week, facing a bug error regarding the OTA image sideloading. The glitch will be sorted very soon, and Google will unpause the downloads. 

According to a Mountain view-based firm, reports came that stated a problem with the sideloading in the Android15 DP1, where upon sideloading, it sometimes serves a prompt alert that the “device is corrupted.” Google has addressed the problem and is making the necessary changes. They also suggested flash factory images to test the devices.

At this point, the exact date for the unpause can not be estimated, but Google has an excellent team working to resolve the issue. This is not a very big issue for now because it doesn’t have an effect on the general public; the only concern is the unusual delays, if pertain, will affect the release timeline for Android 15.

It is also stated that in the Pixel 7 pro, the stability is nice for a developer preview. Users can expect a DP-2 from Google with fixed bugs. As of now the safer idea is to wait before getting you hands on the under test DP1.

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Shazia Irani

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