The latest version of the Google Android Q beta has released and now available to download and install on Pixel device. “Google Android Q beta” is also available for other “15 Non-Google Devices”. The latest update of Q beta has some new features, “Gesture Controls”, and “Dark Theme”, etc.

Android Q’s latest beta is now available | How to install

As this is a beta release especially for the developers, So you should think twice before installing it.

Previously, support for Android Q was limited to the original Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2, and Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, and Pixel 3 XL

But now it is available for some non-Google device.

Here is a list of 15 smartphones devices that can have the Android Q beta:

 

  1. Asus Zenfone 5Z
  2. Essential PH-1
  3. HMD Global Nokia 8.1
  4. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
  5. LG G8 ThinQ
  6. OnePlus 6T
  7. Oppo Reno
  8. Realme 3 Pro
  9. Sony Xperia XZ3
  10. Tecno Spark 3 Pro
  11. Vivo X27
  12. Vivo NEX S
  13. Vivo NEX A
  14. Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G
  15. 15.Xiaomi Mi 9

 

New operating system installation is very easy, but if you face any problem, you can go back to the more stable version of Android 9 Pie. In that case, you will have to reformat your phone.

Before you follow the steps to update your smartphone on Android Q beta. You should take a backup of your Device.

ENROLL IN THE BETA

Google lets Pixel users register in the beta, simply by signing up with a Google account, then choosing the compatible device from the given list. Just like other OTA updates, you will be given an over-the-air update.

Once you click “Enroll,” you will get an update notification on the enrolled phone that a system update is ready. You may have to check for a system update so that it can be able to retrieve the beta software. However, it normally does not take long for it to become ready for download.

Alternatively, you can install the updates by flashing the Android Q beta to your Pixel phone. Google has provided a list of “os image” for the supported phones to download. But if you are not a developer, you should never try this way. Phones that are updated in this way, will not get OTA (Over-the-Air) updates to next upcoming beta versions, so if you want the latest Android Q features without any problem, just sign up for the beta preferably.

 

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