Android Q beta is presently authoritatively out and here’s the manner by which Pixel phone clients can set it up on their phone to encounter the most recent highlights of Google’s forthcoming working framework.
Since this is a beta expected primarily for developers, you should need to reconsider before installing it on your own telephone.
Past beta stages for Android 8 Oreo and Android 9 Pie inevitably turned out to be genuinely steady for everyday tasks, except simply following a couple of long stretches of accessibility.
On the off chance that you are as yet eager to download the Android Q developer beta, we should disclose to you that the main thing that you need is a Pixel Smartphone.
The beta version is being made accessible on all Pixel Smartphone including Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel and Pixel XL.
How to install the Android Q?
- First you need to make sure you have backup the Smartphone (SettingsàSystemàBackup).
- Now you need to Enroll for Android Q beta, where Google lets Pixel owners enroll in the beta by simply logging in with a Google account, then selecting the compatible device that they’d like to install the beta
- Once you have clicked on Enroll you would get an over-the-air update, just like you do for stable Android versions.
- You may need to check for a system update in order for it to fetch the beta software, but it usually doesn’t take long for it to be ready for download.
- Then you will get Android Q developer preview notification to install the software just as you would get any other regular system update.
You can also flash the Android Q beta to your Pixel phone, since Google has provided a list of image downloads for the supported phones, but you should try this at your own risk or if you are a developer.