Android 11 Beta is an almost finished software product that can be used by consumers. It is not the final build but was released prior to the software’s official release.
Google offers the general public and developers a beta version to collect feedback from them. It uses beta to iron out the issues which give developers feedback and time to update their apps.
As it is not a final version of Android 11, it is recommended to download it in your secondary device instead of the primary device.
Here’s a guide on Way You Can Install Android 11 Beta On Your Phone
Currently, Android 11 Beta version is available in eight google phones –
Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL.
There are a few ways to install Android 11 Beta on your google pixel smartphone. Here is one of the most hassle-free ways you could use to get a taste of the android 11 beta version.
Here’s how to download Android 11 on your Google Pixel phone using Android Beta program
- Open the Android Beta page and sign in with your pixel phone’s google account. Signing in with the same account is very important.
- Once signed up, tap on “view your eligible devices” tab, which you can find at the top of the page. This tab will show all the devices linked to your account that are allowed to install android 11 beta.
- Now click on “opt-in.” After this, a Terms and Conditions page will appear to warn you about the issues you might face with beta software.
- Once you agree to the terms and conditions, your device will receive an Over the Air (OTA) update for Android 11 beta within 24 hours.
- Getting access to Android 11 is easy. You have to download the 1.35GB update and install it. Ensure that you have at least 50% battery in your smartphone before installing it.
How to install Android 11 Beta using the Android Flash Tool
Android flash tool is a new tool, which is a web-based version of the ADB developer tool. It helps in easy installation of Android 11 onto your phone.
- Go to the Android Flash Tool site and allow access to ADB in your browser.
- Enable the developer mode on your phone.
- Enable the USB Debugging in the developer setting and OEM unlocking on your android device.
- Plugin your smartphone to your computer via USB port.
- From the pop up choose your device and follow the easy instructions to install the beta.
Google says you may receive up to 8 beta updates before you get the final version. If you want to step out of the Android beta program, click on the opt-out option. After that, you will again receive an OTA update which will restore the old android 10 version to your device.
Vishal Khot is the writer of this article. He is a freelance blogger and has written multiple articles for websites including reviews.in. He also likes to write product reviews about home, electronics, and gadgets. On weekends you will find him playing football or riding bike. He likes to travel to various places.