In a recent update flash on the Android Beta Programme web page, Google revealed about the much-awaited upcoming Android O Beta Program. The Android O Developer Preview was unveiled in March for Google's high-end smartphones including Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel and Pixel XL. Ever since people have been waiting to learn more about the update.
Settling down the dust, Google on the official web page announced the end of its Android Nougat Beta and launch of Android O Beta.
“Thank you for your interest in the Android Beta Programme. The beta for Android Nougat has concluded, and all devices that were opted in have been updated to the current public version,” Google said on the Android Beta website.
“If you are still running a beta version of Nougat you may download the latest full OTA image for your device and sideload it. This will not wipe your device. We’ll update this site when the Android O Beta Programme begins,” the update added.
How It Works?
If you are wondering about how this works, we will guide you through. So basically if you own a latest Pixel or Nexus series handset which is supported by the latest Android Beta programme, you can register for the same and enroll your handset. You will receive an OTA update, which you need to install. Following which, Google will automatically update your device with the latest Beta, when the programme is developed.