Google releases Android 15 beta 3 for Pixel

Following I/O 2024 last month, the Android 15 preview cycle continues today with Beta 3 for Pixel devices.

Platform stability and system behavior have been finalized with APIs (level 35) in Android 15 beta 3. Developers are encouraged to “begin final testing and development work to ensure that a compatible version of your app will be ready for users upon final release to the ecosystem.”

As previewed at I/O, passkey sign-in is now a single step with fingerprint, face recognition, or screen lock for apps targeting Android 15. Account details are now on the same sheet as authentication.

If this prompt is accidentally dismissed, passkey and other credential manager suggestions will appear in Gboard’s suggestion row and username/password dropdown menu:


The following issues are fixed in Beta 3:

Issues reported by the developer

  • Fixed an issue where disabling polling setDiscoveryTechnology The method did not disable voting.Issue #341196917
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the system sharesheet from loading in some cases. (Issue #340936670,
  • Fixed an issue that caused the System Settings app to crash when accessing screen saver options.Issue #340917853,
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused the screen unlock icon to be displayed even when notifications were on the screen. (Issue #340923963,
  • Fixed an issue that prevented changing mobile network security settings. (Issue #335438231,

Other resolved issues

  • Fixed an issue related to the Android emulator that caused Simpleperf to crash when running CPU profiles.

Troubleshooting Bluetooth-Related Problems


On the Pixel, you can leave feedback using Android Beta Feedback. Access it via the app drawer or the Quick Settings tile to file a bug in the Google issue tracker. There’s also the Android Beta Community On Reddit,

Android 15 beta 3 (AP31.240517.022) with June 2024 security patch is available for Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, Pixel 7a, Pixel Tablet, Pixel Fold, Pixel 8, Pixel 8 Pro, and Pixel 8a, as well as Android Emulator. Most people will install it through an Android emulator. Android Beta ProgramBut you can also do this Glow Or Sideload,

If you’re already in the Android 14 QPR beta program on a supported device, you’ll be automatically updated to Android 15 beta 3.

If you need help, here’s our full guide on installing Android 15.

  • Pixel 8a: Factory images — OTA
  • Pixel 8 Pro: Factory images — OTA
  • Pixel 8: Factory images — OTA
  • Pixel tablet: Factory images — OTA
  • Pixel Fold: Factory images — OTA
  • Pixel 7a: Factory images — OTA
  • Pixel 7 Pro: Factory images — OTA
  • Pixel 7: Factory images — OTA
  • Pixel 6a: Factory images — OTA
  • Pixel 6 Pro: Factory images — OTA
  • Pixel 6: Factory images — OTA

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