Google’s Android Q Developer Preview edition is now rolling out to every one of the Pixel smartphones out there. This means that even if you are a Pixel, Pixel XL user, you could check out how Android Q looks and feels. The newest preview of the Google firmware is still in beta at this juncture.
How to get started with Android Q?
If you have registered as a Google developer for the first time, or just desirous of checking out on beginning with the exploration of Android Q beta Developer Preview, then check out below steps to get started:
Get enrolled: If you have a Google Pixel mobile device, you could click here to register the hardware. You could also use an emulator.
Here, remember that the list of Pixel devices eligible for the latest Android Q Developer Preview are Google Pixel XL, Pixel, Pixel 2XL, Pixel 2, Pixel 3 XL, and the Pixel 3. If you should set up an Emulator to run the beta, then resort to the below:
Alternatively, you could manually download and flash Android Q beta within the above Google Pixel series of smartphones. Registered developers would also be able to install Android Q beta, via over-the-air (OTA).