Google finally released Android 11 Beta to the public after passing the developer preview period. For those of you who have mobile phones that meet the requirements, you can try this operating system to see the new features.
Before trying out Android 11 Beta, make sure your phone meets the requirements. Quoted from wikiahow.com, currently the phones that support Android 11 Beta are Pixel 2, 2 XL, 3, 3 XL, 3A, 3A XL, 4 and 4 XL. Oppo will also release Andorid 11 Beta via ColorOS for Find X2 and Find X2 Pro this month.
With this official update, you don’t need to bother flashing your cellphone or using the Android Flash Tool. Just register your cellphone and in just a few clicks you will be able to install Android 11 Beta on the cellphone.
Also keep in mind that even though this operating system is publicly available, this beta version is still not complete because its main function is to help developers test their applications. Because of that, Android 11 that you try might not be as smooth as the final version that rolled out in the next few months.
Updating the operating system that is still in beta is also possible to cause several problems ranging from applications that do not work, battery performance decreases to data that disappears.
To be more safe, it’s better not to update Android 11 Beta on your daily driver cellphone. So make sure the data on your phone has been backed up in the cloud and always be careful.
Here’s how to update Android 11 Beta
Through any mobile phone that is connected to your Google account , visit the Android 11 beta site here to register your mobile phone that has fulfilled the requirements.
Click ‘view your eligible devices’ to see if your mobile phone meets the requirements. Then click ‘enroll’ under your cellphone.
After registering your phone, you will get a notification that says the software is ready to be installed. If you haven’t gotten it yet, check manually by going to Settings then System> System Update> Check for Update to see if new software can be downloaded.
If nothing appears, please wait longer. From previous cases, this update notification sometimes takes several minutes to several hours after the cell phone is registered.
If you already get a notification, download the update and your phone will begin the installation process for Android 11 Beta . After the installation process is complete, Android 11 Beta is ready to be tested on your mobile.