Hi, Guess, how are you? Hope you guys are good, Android O was made available on March 21, 2017, but is not recommended for the general public. But now, you can download and install the public beta on a compatible Nexus or Pixel device.
Should I install Android O?
If you’re curious, have a compatible device and are quite expert, why not. You can see well what’s in the play store for Android later this year, and if you do not like it or feel too buggy, you can get back to your OS before.
Before you begin, you should take the necessary steps to ensure all your data is backed up first.
Can your smartphone or tablet upgrade install Android O?
Android O Beta Public can only run on certain Google devices. These are:
Google Pixel XL
Google Pixel C
Google Nexus 6P
Google Nexus 5X
How to download and install Android O?
Android O Beta is now available for download to compatible devices.
Download Android O is simple with Google Android Beta Program. Each device listed in the program will receive OTA updates to the latest Android operating system if available.
To enroll in the Android Beta Program, open the browser on a compatible Nexus or Pixel device and sign in to g.co/Android beta. You will be asked to sign in to your Google account.
Scroll down the page and you’ll find the title ‘Eligible Device’ with a compatible Nexus device that also logs into your account listed below.
Find the device you want to follow for the beta program and click the green ‘Enroll device’ button next to it.
Check the box to accept the terms and conditions, then tap ‘Join beta’.
A message will appear to notify you of your registered device and will soon receive an OTA update to the Android beta. Click Ok.
- Read more: Here 10 New Features Will Be On Android O
After you see the update notification, drag it to the notification bar and select Download.
You can now install Android Nougat 7.1.2 Beta. Tap Restart & Install to start the process.
How to uninstall Android O Beta Public