How does the Android Beta Program work?

Android Beta

The Android Beta Program gives you an opportunity to try out pre-release versions of Android and Android Wear, and provide feedback. Devices that you opt into the program will receive an over-the-air (OTA) update to the latest beta version of Android O or Android Wear.
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The updates that you’ll receive as a part of this program are pre-release versions and may contain errors and defects You must drive this App With carefully you cannot do some. that can affect the normal functioning of your device (see known issues). The feedback you provide on the Beta will help us identify and fix issues, and make the platforms even better. And We Must Help other People in this App. Therefore Because Other People think I’m master, I Am Better

If you were previously enrolled in the Android N Beta Program, you must enroll again to receive Android O.
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You may remain in the Android Beta Program beyond the initial O release to preview future Android O maintenance releases (MRs). If you choose to do so, you will automatically get an OTA update to pre-release versions of the MRs as they become available. At the end of the program, you will begin to receive regular public updates.

You may opt-out of the program at any time to return to the stable, public version of Android or Android Wear. because you have not that information just has to Google. you can search anything on Google As you like.

The beta for Android Wear is provided at an early stage of the development cycle.

Therefore, we do NOT recommend that consumers enroll in this beta. Moreover, developers should NOT use this beta on their primary Android Wear device. And with carefully. If you Want this app so, Steal this App from Play Store.

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Frequently Asked Questions

 For Android Nexus/Pixel:Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player
Pixel C, Pixel, Pixel XL
Eligible devices that you have signed into with your Google account as the primary user will show on this page. To see a list of accounts on your device navigate to Settings > Accounts > Google. On Android Wear, navigate to Settings > Personalization > Accounts.

For Android Wear:

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Any device you have hidden on Google Play won’t appear on this page (you can check by going to play.google.com/settings).

Updates can take up to 24 hours to arrive after opting in. If it has been longer, make sure your device is connected to the internet, and navigate to Settings > About > System updates and check for updates. On Android Wear, navigate to Settings > System > About > System updates and check for updates. Note that if you manually flashed Android O on your device by downloading the image from developer.android.com, you won’t receive OTA updates automatically, unless that device is also opted-in to the Android Beta Program on this page.

There are two ways to do this:

  1. Navigate to Settings > About > Build number. If the build number starts with OPP, you are running a beta version of Android O.
  2. Reboot your device. You will see a message informing you that your device is running a beta version of Android.

Your feedback is extremely valuable to us. Please share your thoughts about Android O with us through the following channels:

  1. Send feedback directly from your device through the Android O Quick Settings tile or through Settings > About > Send feedback about this device (not applicable for Nexus Player).
  2. Post your comments on the Android Beta Program Google+ community. We may not respond to posts individually but we are actively monitoring all the feedback there. We will reach out to you directly if we need additional information.

If you are a developer and want to report an Android O bug, please see the Feedback page for details on where to file issues.

5. How do I get help with Android/Android Wear Beta versions?

As this is a beta program, there are no official support channels available. Post your question on the discussion group and a fellow community member may assist you.

6. How can I return to a public Android or Android Wear release?

On this page, find the device you want to opt-out and click “Unenroll device”. Soon afterward your device will be sent an OTA update that will wipe all user data and install the latest stable public version of Android or Android Wear. Please backup all your data before opting out. Any data not backed up will be lost.

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