Google has been releasing Android 11 developer preview for developers for a few months. Today, Google officially launched the Android 11 public beta version for users. If you have a smartphone from Pixel 2 to Pixel 4 XL, you can install and try this latest Android operating system version. Xiaomi, Oppo, Vivo, Realme and Sharp smartphones will also be able to update in the coming weeks.
The installation is quite simple, you do not need applications like Android Flash Tool, but just register and download the Android 11 public beta update in just a few minutes. If you follow the instructions below, your smartphone will also receive the latest updates in the future (including the official Android 11 version).
However, since this is still a beta version, some features may not be finalized, and performance issues and battery life may be reduced. Therefore, you should backup your smartphone before installing this Android 11 beta version.
Currently, only Pixel smartphones (Pixel 2 and above) can install the Android 11 public beta. However, in the coming weeks, other Android smartphones will soon be supported.
On your smartphone, visit Google’s Android 11 beta test registration page, at here. Click on “view your eligible devices” to display the devices eligible for installation, then click register below your device.
A notification will appear on your registered smartphone, stating that Android 11 public beta is ready to install. You can also go to System> System Update and click on “Check for update”, if you do not see the message appear.
However, Google says it may take 24 hours for the update to be ready to download on your device. So if you haven’t seen the new Android 11 beta update, wait. After the download process is successful, Android 11 beta will be ready to install on your smartphone, and you can already experience the latest features of Android 11.
Reference: The Verge