The Android OS cycle starts again this week, with Google announcing more details on Android Q and releasing a first, early beta for adventurous types who want to take a peek under the hood. If you’re one of those people, and you have a Google Pixel phone, you can enroll in the beta right now and start trying out Android Q within 24 hours of the request (if not sooner). How to sign up for the Android Q beta The Android Q beta is (currently) only available on Google’s Pixel phones. You will need a Pixel, Pixel, Pixel 2 or Pixel 3 (standard or XL) to download the preview today. Advertisement But safety first! roll back your device to a stable version of the OS. (Past versions of Android have been unstable at this stage— To back up your phone, go to the Settings menu, tap “System,” then “Backup.” Make sure “Back up my Data” is turned on. If it isn’t, switch it on and Google will save a backup right away. Enrolling and downloading the beta is as easy as signing up on Google’s Android Q beta page and waiting for an update to download. On the page, sign… Read full this story
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