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How to download and Install Android Q Beta on your device

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Android Q beta was launched on March 13, and by signing up you can get an early look at Google's next mobile OS, which is due to launch later this year. This short guide has you all you need to know to download the Android Q beta, including smartphone compatibility and sign-up instructions.

Android Q beta devices

Pixel devices are currently the only ones compatible with this particular Android Q beta, but as the process goes on, more and more devices from third-party manufacturers will likely get in on the action too. Android Q beta 1 is available to users of the following phones :-

  • Google Pixel
  • Google Pixel 2
  • Google Pixel XL
  • Google Pixel 2 XL
  • Google Pixel 3
  • Google Pixel 3 XL

You can also try the Android Q beta out using the official Android Emulator.

Download Android Q beta

You need to sign up again to for access to the Android Q beta program. As mentioned above, all you need is a Pixel smartphone of any generation. Before you sign up, we recommend backing up the data on the device you plan to update to Android Q.
The easiest way to get the Android Q beta on your Pixel is by visiting the link below :-

Here's where you'll be able to see if any of your devices is eligible for the beta. If you're in luck, you'll see the option to opt in and accept the Android Beta Program Terms of Service. Once you've completed the enrolment process, you'll start receiving regular updates to the latest Android Q beta builds.
How to use Android Q beta Emulator

To use Android Q beta through an Android emulator then follow the steps below :-

1) In Android Studio, select Tools > SDK Manager.

2) In the SDK Platforms tab, select Show Package Details

3) Below Android Q Beta, select a system image such as Google APIs Intel x86 Atom System Image

4) In the SDK Tools tab, select the latest version of Android Emulator, and select OK

5) Select Tools > AVD Manager and follow the instructions to create a new Android Virtual Device

6) Be sure to select a device definition that does not include Play Store, and select Q for the system image

7) When you return to the AVD Manager's list of virtual devices, double-click your new virtual device to launch it

How to uninstall Android Q beta

If you sign up to the Android Q beta but come to regret your decision, you can leave  but this comes at a price, "If you opt out when your device is running a beta version of Android, all user data on the device will be wiped," says Google.

"If you choose to stay enrolled until the end of the program, you will graduate from the program and receive an update to the stable public release of Q. Your device will not be wiped."

So this is the way to install Android Q beta. If you have any question then you can ask in the comment section below. Thanks for visiting Qasimtricks.

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