According to an announcement made at Google I/O 2021, the long-awaited Android 12 public beta is now available. People who have tried it believe that everyone should try it if they have an eligible device. The good news is that you don’t have to go through any complicated steps to get it; in fact, the overall procedure is quite simple, and you can easily enrol to receive the update with just a few clicks from your desktop or mobile browser. It will only take a few moments to install on your phone.
When you install the Android 12 beta, you will receive future beta updates to the operating system, including the final release date. However, before moving to beta, you should be aware that the beta is unfinished software and may contain bugs that will be fixed before the launch. However, in order to try it out and be the first to have amazing features, one must make a sacrifice.
How to install Android 12 public beta on Phone?
After installing Android 12 beta on your device, you will be able to receive all future beta updates to the OS as well as be notified of the final release, which is the best part. Also, ensure that the device’s data is backed up to the cloud.
However, before we get into the specifics of how to get the Android 12 beta, let’s check to see if your device is eligible.
Phones Currently Eligible With Android 12 Beta?
- Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL,
- Pixel 3A, 3A XL,
- Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL,
- Pixel 4A, 4A 5G, Pixel 5
- Asus Zenfone 8
- Oppo Find X3 Pro OnePlus 9,
- 9 Pro (model CPH2173)
- TCL TCL 20 Pro 5G
- iQOO 7 by Vivo
- Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 11 Ultra,
- Mi 11I, Mi 11X Pro,
- ZTE Axon 30 Ultra 5G,
- Sharp, Tecno, and Realme models
How to Install ANDROID 12 BETA
Getting this software on your phone can range from a few clicks to a lengthy process. The simplest method is to install Android 12 beta on supported Google Pixel phones.
The process for installing this software on your phone can range from a few clicks to something more involved. It’s much easier to get the Android 12 beta on one of the supported Google Pixel phones for this beta download.
So, if you’re planning to install it on a Pixel device, start by going to the Android 12 beta site and enrolling your phone in the beta. When you click on “view your eligible devices,” your phone will be listed. When the software is ready to install, you will receive a notification on your phone. However, if you have not received a notification, you can manually check. To do so, open your phone’s settings menu and navigate to System > System Update. To see if you can download the new software, tap “Check for update.”
If nothing else happens, the only option is to wait. Though we usually receive a beta update in our devices within minutes of enrolling, one time it took me several days to receive the beta update. However, Google has stated that it may take up to 24 hours for the software to be ready for installation on your phone, so please be patient.
Other devices, such as OnePlus, Realme, and others, have different software update procedures, so follow the instructions on each page, as the installation process varies depending on the manufacturer.