How to get Android P Beta
Google’s Android P update release date is closer thanks to the public beta that went live immediately after the Google IO 2018 developer conference keynote.
The beta version of Google’s latest Android OS is obviously available for all pixel devices i.e Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL.
Apart from Pixel Devices Non-pixel devices compatible with the Android P beta are Sony Xperia XZ2, Nokia 7 Plus, Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S, Oppo R15 Pro, Essential PH-1, Vivo X21 UD and Vivo X21.
OnePlus has also confirmed that the upcoming OnePlus 6 smartphone will also support Android P.
How to get Android P Beta.
If you own one of the above-mentioned devices, then head over to android.com/beta on your PC or smartphone browser.
Sign-in with your Google ID that you have used to login on your smartphone.
Once signed-in, you will see your compatible device mentioned with a button that says “opt in,” click on that.
After you get the confirmation of Android P Beta program, wait for some time and then go to Settings -> System -> Advanced -> System Update on your smartphone. If the update is available, just download and reboot your phone. The update is about 1.2GB in size, but may vary based on your device.
Once the installation is complete, your smartphone will boot to the new Android P Beta OS. The update will also be available to flash manually using factory images, but Google hasn’t released them yet. In case you had already installed the Android P Developer Preview 1, you will have to sign-up for Android P Beta using the above procedure and download the beta update.
Check the Video Below for the step by step procedure by Techout.
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