Feedback and issues

Your feedback is a crucial part of the Android Q Beta program. Please let us know what you think about the features and functionality in Android Q! The sooner we hear from you, the more of your feedback we can integrate into the final release.

General issues

Use these links to let us know of general issues and feedback relating to the Android Q platform, compatibility of Google and other apps, third-party SDKs, tools, and frameworks. Please search for existing bugs that match your issue before filing your own. You can indicate that you're also encountering an issue by clicking the star button.


Issue in the Android Q platform, Google libraries, Pixel hardware.

App Compatibility

Issue related to an app that is not working properly on Android Q.

Third-Party SDKs

Issue related to a third-party SDK or library on Android Q.

Android Beta Developer Issue Tracker

You can view currently filed issues in the Android Beta Developer Issues List. For general help getting started with the Google Issue Tracker, including how to create, edit, search and group issues, check out the Google Issue Tracker documentation.

You can also report issues using the new Android Beta Feedback app, included in the Beta software on Pixel devices. See details and FAQ at

Submitting or voting for an issue

Before filing a new issue, please check if it is listed in the Release Notes or reported in the issue tracker. You can find a list of top-voted issues here.

You can subscribe and vote for issues by clicking the star for an issue in the tracker. For more information, see Starring an issue.

To submit a new issue, use the links below to go to the issue template that best describes the type of issue. Make sure you fill out the requested information in the provided issue template:

  • Platform: Issues with Android Q system software or APIs (platform), NDK (platform), device hardware (Camera, Sensors, CPU, GPU), or Android Runtime (ART)
  • App compatibility: Issues that occur with an app running on Android Q.
  • Third Party SDKs: Issues applicable to a third party library, software development kit (SDK), or development environment that is breaking with Android Q.
  • Neural Networks API: Issues applicable to the Neural Networks API introduced in Android Q.

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