If you want to access things before of its official roll out, then you have to sign up Android Beta. For example: Google has rolled out the Android Nougat 7.0, and if you have a Nexus device then you can try the latest release by signing up to the Android beta program. So, in this how to article we will show you how to sign up for Android beta.
The beta program will give you access to the new features and programs before it’s official roll out, but there is some negative points also there. The beta versions usually contain bugs and errors, which have to solve by your feedbacks. So, if you’re ready to use the unstable version of programs and features and want to try the beta version then here’s how to. Read on.
Before we proceed, remember you need latest device like Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C to signup for beta program.
- Now head to Android Beta program website
- Login with your Google account
- Choose a device from the list available
- Click ‘Enroll Device’ next to the device which you want enroll
- Accept the terms and condition and click ‘Join Beta’
That’s it! Now you will get all the new features and major releases before it official roll out. And if changed your mind, and you want to opt out from the beta program, then simply login with your Google account into the Android Beta program website and click unenroll device.
Note: When You opt out at the time of running a Android beta, your device will be wiped and all the data will be erased.
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