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Nexus 6P update to OPP2.170420.019

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  1. Rob

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    The Android O preview for the Nexus 6P ended in 17 but I just got an update to that ending in 19... Anyone know what it does?

    Someone else here at Google IO just updated and their phone errored on install. Luckily they could hard reboot into the former version

    UPDATE: It errors for me, too... cannot install.
     

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  2. Rob

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    Here is a screenie of the update
     

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  3. Hervandil

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    I had the same issue in Nexus 5X.
    When I hard reseted, TT he update wasn't there anymore.
     
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  4. Szahid7777

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    Having the same issue with my Nexus 6p. If anyone has a solution, enlighten me
     
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  5. steve

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    Tried again this AM and still get this error.
     

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  6. Shyam sindhia

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    I got an error and installed the factory images of the Android o beta 2 and I haven't got the update yet! Do you think I'll get it ?
     
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    You get a update after?
     
  8. codesplice

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    I had installed the O image the other day, and my phone successfully updated to .019 yesterday. I wonder if being on a clean install versus an OTA upgrade contributed to my success?

    At any rate, I've since discovered a downside to being on a clean install of O DP2: Some of the Google apps (namely the Google App and Google Maps) don't see updates in the Play Store and are stuck on older factory versions. Worse, trying to sideload newer versions of those apps (like to get the new keyboard input option for Assistant) fails. This seems to be because some of the system apps bundled with O were built with a pre-release SDK, which prevents them from being updated to release versions. The fix (unless/until Google pushes another OTA with fixed packages included) is to downgrade back to Nougat, update those apps, and then upgrade back to O via the OTA.
     
  9. steve

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    Going to test this now but seems like they updated to a full flash with recovery... Fingers crossed.
     

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  10. steve

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    Tada. For the record. I beat @Rob
     

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    Hm. I'd gone to O about 48 hours before the .19 release showed up, which was annoying since I run rooted. Unrooted, restored stock recovery, installed the new beta, re-TWRPed, re-rooted, no errors.
     

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