As with for Android Q beyond its own . The beta program was officially opened on Tuesday during the opening keynote for 21 phones. The company also announced a new and revealing .Google has extended the beta program
Before We go further ̵
Beta testing is fun, safe. But if you want your phone to work 100 percent, stay off.
If you're interested in providing feedback and helping Google locate bugs, below is a list of supported devices and instructions for installing Android Q.
Which devices are eligible?
This year, Google has worked with 12 different device manufacturers to bring the total number of eligible phones to 21 for the Android Q test. Here they are:
As in previous years, even Samsung phones are not included in the beta program. We've contacted Samsung to find out why, and ask about possible participation before the beta ends.
How do I install the app?
The process depends on the brand of your phone. Pixel users can visit the Google Beta website and sign up for the program. Essential Phone users must manually flash Android Q on their phone or wait for the OTA build to be available. The official Android Q beta website lists each supported device and includes a link to the device manufacturer's instructions to register for the beta program.
Can I leave the beta?
Yes, but be prepared to reset your phone to factory settings and lose everything that is not secured elsewhere. Again, you will need to visit the Android Q Beta Device List to get instructions for your phone.
Originally published on March 13th.
Update dated May 7: Updated with new devices.