Not to be outdone, Google has also officially released Android 11 Beta, available for users to download to the phone. Android 11 version is supplemented with many interesting new and interesting features, and it also fixes some outstanding errors in the old version.
For this article, we will show you how to update your phone to Android 11 Beta version.
1. Supported devices install Android 11 Beta
First, to install Android 11 Beta, users need to see if their phone is in the list of supported devices.
– Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL
– Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL
– Pixel 3A, Pixel 3A XL
– Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL
– Poco F2 Pro
– Xiaomi Mi 10 (Mi 10 / Pro)
– Oppo Find X2 (Find X2 / Pro)
– Realme X50 (X50 / Pro)
– OnePlus 8 (OnePlus 8 / Pro)
2. How to install the official Android 11 Beta
Step 1: You need to visit the Android Beta page and log in to the Google account used for your Android device.
– Android Beta Program
Step 2: After successful login, press the button See your eligible devices
Step 3: You will be redirected to the bottom of the page, if the device is eligible to participate in the Android 11 Beta program, click the button Join the Beta. Next is to accept the terms and conditions from the supplier
Step 4: Finally, you need to enter Setting available on phone> System> Advanced> System updates> Check for updates. It may take a few minutes to complete the login process, and Android 11 Beta will appear
Note: From the time of download, your device will receive an update within 24 hours. This update will erase all user data and settings of previous Android versions.
If you want to unjoin and return to the old Android release, users just need to go to the Android Beta page, then log in and see the devices you want to delete. Finally click Cancel to join.
With the final release of Android 11, the provider will bring to users in the third quarter, be it in August or September, depending on the appropriate time.