Google released the fifth of six expected preview builds for Android Q, the next version of its mobile operating system, on Wednesday. If you are already in beta, the update is now available. If you've been waiting to install Android Q for a more stable build, Google's Beta 5 Release Notice indicates that it's suitable for everyday use. Nevertheless, you should proceed with caution.
As with Android Q beyond its own . The beta program now supports 23 different phones from different manufacturers. During the keynote, Google also announced a new and revealing ].Google has expanded the beta program
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Beta testing is certainly fun.) However, if you Need your phone to work 100% of the time.
If you'd like to provide feedback and help Google locate bugs, here's a list of supported devices and instructions for installing Android Q right now
Which devices are authorized?
This year, Google has worked with 12 different device manufacturers to bring the total number of phones eligible for Android Q testing to 21. Here they are:
As in previous years, Samsung phones are not included in the beta program.
How do I install it?
The process depends on the brand of your phone. Pixel users can visit the Google Beta website and sign up for the program. The official Android Q beta website lists all supported devices and includes a link to instructions from the device manufacturer to sign up for the beta program.
For some participating manufacturers, such as For example, if you are using OnePlus, you need to reset your phone to factory defaults during the installation process, while others will provide an OTA method for installation.
Can I leave the beta?
Yes, but be prepared to reset your phone to factory settings and lose any data that has not been backed up elsewhere. Again, you will need to visit the list of Android Q beta devices for specific instructions for your phone.
Originally published on March 13th.
Update, July 10: Updated with Beta 5 availability.