Android 11 Beta: After a series of developer previews, the Android 11 Beta finally released on June 10. Along with it Google making this pre-release version of the first beta available for over-the-air updates. Google claimed the focus on this beta launch is three key themes – people, controls, and privacy.
Like other updates, Google worked on improving its notification function. There are new built-in support chat bubbles in the notification update. Another new update includes consolidating keyboard suggestions. This will enable autofill for password managers on this phone. Also, the user will rely on voice controls on their phone. Here is how one can install the software on their phone.
Devices Currently Working With Android 11 Beta
There are a few countable devices in the market currently working on 11 Beta. They are – Google Pixel 2 & Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 4 & Pixel 4 XL, and lastly Pixel 3A & Pixel 3A XL. Also, there are some devices from OnePlus, Xiaomi, Realme, Oppo, Vivo, Transsion joining the group in several weeks.
How To Install Android 11 Beta
You must log in to your Google account first. Then visit the Android 11 Beta official site to enrol your eligible device. Click on “view your eligible devices” to find your device model and enrol it.
Next, you will be notified on your phone that the software is ready to install. But if you want to check manually here is the process. Open the settings menu on the phone. Then head from system menu to system update. After that, ‘check for update’ to check whether you downloaded the new Android 11 Beta software.
But if something went wrong, you should keep waiting. Sometimes, the installation may take only a few minutes, but the beta update may take more than 20 hours. Even Google confirmed the Android 11 Beta might take over 24 hours to install in your phone. So, just wait long for it.
And if everything goes well and the software will be successfully downloaded on your phone. Later the device will begin the installation process for the Android 11 Beta software. And you’re done with this.