A couple of days back, Google released the Android P Developer Preview 4 (Beta 3) with bug fixes and improvements. This is the release candidate build of Android P (build PPP4.180612.004) with near-final system behaviors and final APIs. The final version of Android P (Android 9.0) will release later this summer.

Moto Z owners can now get Android P Developer Preview 4 (Beta 3) on their device unofficially. Here’s how to install it.

Recognized XDA contributor Efanoabdi has modified the Android P Developer Preview system image to work on Moto Z since the first launch. Modified Android P Developer Preview 4 has been released for the device, which you can download and install as described below.

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According to the developer, everything is working in this build including Boots, RIL (Calls, SMS, Data), Fingerprint, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Camera, Video Playback, Audio, Sensors, Flash, LED, and GPS except Flashlight and VoLTE.

If you have knowledge on Android OS, TWRP and root, then you can install the ported Android P DP4 right on Moto Z. Users should have root access and TWRP installed on their Moto Z to flash this build.

How to Install Android P Developer Preview 4 (Unofficial) on Moto Z

1. Download the latest build from development page here and save it on your phone

2. Boot your device into TWRP and flash the ROM zip file

3. After completing the installation, select Reboot in TWRP and reboot the system.

Before flashing the ROM, create a Nandroid backup in TWRP. Also, ensure at least 50% battery charge remaining on the phone. (Source – XDA)

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Kannan is a computer and Android enthusiast, a blogger by passion and a tech freak. His always ready-to-help attitude, knowledge and hard work is what drives him.

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