Google published many technologies and updates to their hardware, and software at the I/O developers conference recently. But, if anything inspired the world, Android O would be on top of the list.
The search engine giant revealed additional features coming to the next iteration of the most used mobile operating system. But, though it is a long way from its official launch, you can still get access to the codes and test out the new Android O operating system.
There are few handsets only can download at the moment users,
- Nexus 6P
- Nexus 5X
- Nexus Player
- Pixel C
- Pixel XL
If any of these smartphones are there, you can easily get the updates with an Over-The-Air (OTA) update.
Steps to Install Google Android O
Step 1: Initially, Register your device for the Android Beta Program.
Step 2: After the Registration, accept the terms and condition. And the device is ready to receive all the updates. This can be checked manually, or update will be pushed to your device.
Step 3: Head over to the ‘Settings’ menu of the phone and install the latest update of Android O.
Step 4: Once it downloaded, a device will reboot to install the new files in a system. A developer can install the updates manually and also can head over to Android O Developer Preview Page. Also, Download the system images for the specified devices.
There may be instances where your device may not function while properly questioning out the latest version. If you wish to return to the past OS version, you can do so by un-enrolling from the Android Beta Program. We strongly recommend to backup files and try the new OS on a spare smartphone and not on your primary device.