Android Q which is Google’s next Android iteration recently started rolling out to registered testers possessing smartphones such as the Pixel XL, Pixel and a whole lot of other phones, would naturally have found itself within these smartphones. Now, if you have finished testing out (and sending reports about Android Q Developer Preview), or simply are not satisfied with the Android Q experience (by virtue of bugs, and possibly other factors), then it is only worth downgrading to the current-gen Android 9.0 (Pie) operating platform.
With downgrading, from Android Q Developer Preview beta to Android P, being the criteria, check out the steps below using which you could potentially transition to the current-gen Android firmware:
In case you are desirous of installing Android Q, within your Pixel smartphones, then you should know that the full list of eligible devices include the likes of Google Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel XL, and Pixel. To sideload Android Q within these “compatible” smartphones, through Emulator; click here.