Just a month ago at Google’s annual I/O event we official come to observe first look of new version of Android operating system, the Android M. Right after its official launch the developers get first preview of the new version of Google OS. Though the initial reports of the Android M tested by the developers faces some issues but still it provide a good inside to developers.
The developers took a good time to check the inside of the android updates and to also to check their apps on the new OS version. Now Google has come to another build of its Android M as it released the second build which is now available for the developers.
To check the second build of developers preview of the Android M on the devices the developers needs to ensure some prerequisites. The developers’ preview was compatible to just a few devices including Google’s Nexus 5, Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. Therefore you need to first have the compatible device and following this check if you have the previous build running on your device or not. If you have already been testing the first build on your device you can get the second build right thru the OTA update. And if you are trying it out for the first time you need to go thru flashing it manually.
The second build is probably made over the first build to remove the few bugs which were reported by the developers. Alongside the bug fixes the second build also give the preview much more stability and some additional API tweaks.
The fresh moves suggest some additional features on the Android M as it will arrive to customers’ hands. It include new concept of App permissions, Android Pay, improved battery saving and performance boasting feature and many more. And finally you will get USB C support on your Android device after upgrading to the Android M.