Google starts uploading the Android 12 source code to AOSP

Earlier today, Google announced the release of Android 12, the latest major version of the Android OS. While they didn’t push stable builds to Pixel phones today, they did confirm that the source code is dropping today. True to their word, Google has started to upload the Android 12 source code to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) Git repositories.
Google traditionally starts uploading the source code for every new Android version immediately after releasing stable builds for its Pixel phones. For example, the source code for Android 9 Pie was released on August 6, 2018, right after the stable update went live for the Pixel and Pixel 2 series. Likewise, the Android 10 stable update rolled out for Pixels on September 3, 2019, and it was soon followed by the source code being uploaded that same day. In 2020, Google uploaded the Android 11 source code on September 8, the same day they rolled out the stable update to Pixel phones. Breaking with tradition, Google is releasing the An…

Written By: Mishaal Rahman

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