Android Q has become official today and How to install it on your phone



As planned, Google released the official Android Q Beta 3, the third version that will become the next major update for the most widely used operating system on the planet this summer.


 After two initial releases loaded with new features, but also with some other failures, this third beta version brings other important changes to the final version of the summer, as well as resolving most of the issues in previous beta versions.

As in previous versions, Google offers several ways to install the third Android Q beta. First of all, the most recommended option is to enroll in Android Beta, so that once the OTA starts publishing, all members of the program will automatically receive updates on their phones.

From today, you can both developers and users who are interested in the latest developments added by Google in the operating system Android Q experience to do so on their computers, thanks to the publication of the official version of the system Android Q that you can download and install now.

In fact, Google itself recommends testing this version of the emulator, not in a physical device whenever possible, but this does not prevent her experience in your phone.

Here's a complete list of Android devices that can already experience Android Q through Android Beta:
Pixel
Pixel XL
Pixel 2
Pixel 2 XL
Pixel 3
Pixel 3 XL
Asus ZenFone 5Z
Essential PH-1
HMD Global Nokia 8.1
Huawei Mate 20 Pro
LG G8 ThinQ
OnePlus 6T
Oppo Reno
Realme 3 Pro
Sony Xperia XZ3
Tecno Spark 3Pro
Vivo X27
Vivo NEX S
Vivo NEX A
Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G
Xiaomi Mi 9

The only thing you should do if you have one of these phones is to access the Android Demo program from the following link:

You'll need to sign in later with your Google Account and accept the terms and conditions of the beta program.
After registration you will receive an update notification on your phones automatically.

 It's important to note that since it's a beta, you're likely to experience some performance, interface, or anything else, but if you're a developer or enthusiastic user, this is a good option to test the latest Android Q system.

Android Q has become official today and How to install it on your phone Android Q has become official today and How to install it on your phone Reviewed by Guidpro on May 07, 2019 Rating: 5

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