Android 14 Beta 4 is out, the final release is on the way. It’s time for another Android 14 beta, the fourth since another month has gone. It’s the second “Platform Stable” Android 14 release, which indicates that all the developer APIs and all app-facing behaviors are complete and won’t change anymore by the time the final release—which is soon to be made available to the public—is polished up a bit more and addresses problems.
About Beta 4 appears to be the last one before the official release reaches all available Pixel devices supported. Google hasn’t specified a release timetable for that finished build, as it has for several years. Still, based on what transpired in 2017, we would not be shocked to see it arrive in August.
Android 14 Beta 4 is out, the final release is on the way
That is also what the timeline provided by Google, shown below, clearly suggests. Google hasn’t explicitly said that the final version would come after Beta 4, likely so that it can swiftly repair any significant bugs and release Beta 4.1 or something similar, if any are discovered with Beta 4.
In the following weeks, we’ll find out. Via always, Beta 4 will be delivered to your eligible Pixel via an over-the-air software update if it is already a member of Google’s Android Beta program. Visit this page to enroll your device if it still needs to be registered. It will take a few minutes to several hours after enrollment before you receive the most recent beta build as a software update.