Android O Beta Update – How to Install in One Click
The Android O public beta is out now. Earlier, the Android O Developer Preview was made available on 21 March 2017, but not recommended for the general public. Now, though, you can download and install the public beta on any compatible Nexus or Pixel device. Note that only Google’s recent handsets will accept the Android O beta update. In other words, the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel, Pixel XL, Google Pixel C and Nexus Player.
How can I download and install Android O Beta Update?
Android O has just been officially launched by Google, in beta form. This allows anyone to download an early version of Android O, to test out on their personal handset (as long as it’s a Google branded phone).
Before you begin you should take the necessary steps to ensure all your data is backed up. you can simply visit the Android Beta portal and opt-in to the beta, which will then prompt Google to send your phone or tablet an over-the-air update.
- Head to Android Beta program portal on your Pixel or Nexus phone or tablet.
- Sign into the Google account associated with that phone.
- Scroll down to Your eligible devices.
- Find the device you want to enroll in the Beta program and tap Enroll device.
- Follow the prompts to accept the over-the-air download.
How to uninstall Android O Public Beta Update?
To Remove or uninstalling an Android O Beta program, simply press the button on the Android Beta program page to unenroll. Your phone will receive an over-the-air update to return to the stable version of Android 7.1.2 Nougat, but your phone will be wiped clean upon rebooting, so back up your stuff.