- Google rolls out the beta version of the next Android version.
- Users require to enroll in the official beta program.
- The update will available for the Pixel family.
After skipping the online event for multiple times, the Mountain View company Google has officially rolled out the first Android 11 Beta version and the company made it available without any special setup which means here was no event or any special theme for the beta version, it is rolled out just like a developer preview.
What’s new in Android 11 Beta
Android 11 Beta will bring many new features such as the new Bubbles API that means more applications can be minimized into Floating Notifications and the developers will also bring a new one time permission option which will allow you to allow or deny permissions according to your preferences.
Furthermore, the developers also bring the Fast Share feature which will enable the user to send files to other Android devices with the power of a Wi-Fi and that is something similar to the Apple’s Airdrop feature.
Today we announced:
🎉 Android 11 Beta 1
🛠 Android Studio 4.1 Beta
⚙️ Android Studio 4.2 Canary
📚 New Android Jetpack libraries
🚀 Jetpack Compose Developer Preview 2
▶️ Play Console Beta
— Android Developers (@AndroidDev) June 10, 2020
The search engine giant Google will roll out the first Android 11 Beta update to the complete to Pixel family and that includes the Pixel 2, 2 XL, 3, 3 XL, 3a, 3a XL, 4, and 4 XL.
How to get the update
To get the latest beta version, users required to enroll into the official beta program, and that can be done by heading over the link and then users need to go to the settings app of the phone and pull for the update, the company will roll out the same via OTA.
Having said that, if you are the user who is experiencing the developer preview of Android 11 then you will get the update via OTA without doing any other efforts. Moreover, Google also offering the factory images of the Android 11 Beta and that will allow users to install the update by flashing.
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