Google is now preparing to expand its test cap in the Android Auto Beta program, giving almost anyone with an Android phone a chance to participate…
Google has been running an Android Auto Beta program for a long time. But it was almost impossible to participate in this program before today. Those who tried to participate often received an error message saying that the program had reached its maximum number of people. Fortunately, this problem seems to have been solved. By expanding your program coverage, Google is giving anyone with an Android device who wants to report beta version errors the opportunity to test the latest features of the platform before it goes public.
You can join the beta program page created by Google by visiting here. You can click “Become a tester” and then download the Android Auto Beta to your phone via the Google Play Store. If you then stop using beta software, you will also be able to leave the program via the same connection.
As Google approaches the official version of Android 12, the company probably wants to avoid a repeat of last year’s version of Android 11. In addition to having many problems as a whole when the operating system was released, it also suffered from some errors for Android Auto. So it doesn’t seem surprising that Google is now asking for more help testing the software.