- Feb 4, 2016
Google has released the third developer preview of the upcoming Android update and it includes mostly developer tools and improvements.
Google on Thursday released the third Android 11 developer beta, staying true to its own release schedule. The third update is only intended for developers to use and continue to test their apps while running the new operating system. It's not available via the Android Beta program and currently requires you to flash a device system image onto a Pixel phone.
The latest update includes new features like wireless debugging via a pairing code, with plans for a QR code feature in a future release of Android Studio. There's also an improved tool to give developers more information on why an app crashed, or exits, thanks to a new exit reasons API.