Google has already updated its Android 7.1.2 OTA and factory image files for the Nexus 6P, but it’s been reticent to pull the trigger on an actual over-the-air delivery. Well, reticent no more.

Android Police reports that a small issue has been popping up for some Nexus 6P users who are on the Android Beta Program. While the final 25MB update doesn’t seem like such a fuss, a beta 7.1.2 update kept popping up as a notification, causing some confusion and annoyance.

A Google employee told the /r/Nexus6P subreddit that the problem should be fixed at this point.

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