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By Aasawari Navathe | Intune PM
This week Google released their first public Android Q Beta build through Google's Beta program. As with all beta OS builds, our team is continually monitoring any impact on functionality. One impact reported is that certain Microsoft apps are not behaving as expected on devices which have Google's Android Q Beta builds. The apps that have been reported to crash when the Intune Company Portal is on the Android device running Android Q beta are Microsoft To Do, Microsoft Planner, and Microsoft Yammer.
We have a solution for this issue, so if you are testing Android Q beta, know that the fix went out this week in the Intune Company Portal on the Google Play Store beta channel. It will be available in the beta channel until the code fix is rolled into the next public Company Portal production rollout. You can download the beta build of the Company Portal here and select "Become a Tester". Once you’re in the beta program, you'll receive an update to the Intune Company Portal app if you already have it installed on your device. If you don't have the Intune Company Portal app installed, download the beta version on Google Play.
The Intune team is continually monitoring and deploying fixes regarding Android Q Beta builds. If you have any other Android Q beta and Intune feedback, feel free to comment back on this post. We will continue to update this post as we release additional information.