How To Install Android N Developer Preview

Author Administrator 14.3.2016. | 00:34

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The Android N developer Preview is now available for download ahead of Google I/O. Here’s how you can get it for your Nexus 6, 9, 5X, 6P, Player and Google Pixel C.

Developer versions of new software used to be quite a pain to install – but for this release of Android N, Google has made it much easier – basically, accessible to anyone interested. Should you be interested in getting Android N Developer Preview onto your smartphone? Good question. It may be fun to test out the new features and get access to updates ahead od most users, but Google itself warns against installing the developer version on your primary device. The new software could have bugs, performance and stability issues that will affect your device.

However, if you have a secondary phone and just can’t wait to get your hands on the latest OS – here’s what you do.

 How To Install Android N Developer Preview

The Android N Developer Preview can be downloaded for the following devices: Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Google Pixel C and Android One.

  • To get Android N Developer Preview, you will need to enlist in Google’s Android Beta Program.
  • Go to the bottom of the page and find “Eligible Devices”, where you will see all the devices associated with your Google account that are eligible for the program.
  • Find the needed device and tap on “Enroll Device”. Agree to the terms & conditions and tap “Join Beta”. You will see a message appear confirming the enrollment of your device. Tap OK.
  • Within the next 24 hours (even though it usually happens within a few moments), you will receive a notification that an update is available. Pull down the notification and tap “Download”.
  • A new window will pop up, saying that you will be installing a preview of Android N onto your device and outlining some of the new features: multi-window supports, direct reply to notifications and more. The update will need 850MB in Nexus 6 and 1126.7MB on Nexus 6P. Make sure you are connected to Wi-Fi and tap “Download”.
  • The installation process in about to begin. Tap “Restart & Install” to start.
  • You will then receive notifications of a y new updates available until the operating system’s official release.
  • If at any point you wish to stop your Beta testing, head back over to g.co/androidbeta and tap on“Unenroll Device”.

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Author Administrator 14.3.2016. | 00:34
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