It has only been a few days since the rollout of June updates to Pixel devices, and Google has rolled out yet another update for them. The beta 4 of Android Q is now being rolled out over the air to all Google Pixel devices, and all you need to do to get it is to sign up on official Android Beta site. You should sign up with the Google account that you’re using as the primary account on your Google Pixel device, and the update will soon be delivered to your device like any normal update.
The beta versions of any major Android release are rolled out by Google before the public rollout of that release. They allow the company to test its upcoming operating system in a wide range of devices, with various carriers and in multiple geographies. This beta testing helps the company in ensuring that its software is completely free from bugs before the stable public rollout. And to beta testers, this gives a chance of using the company’s upcoming operating system before anyone else. However, it’s also worth keeping in mind that beta releases should not be installed by someone on their primary devices as they may contain bugs that can interfere with the day-to-day usage of your smartphone.
So if you’ve got a spare Pixel smartphone lying in your home, you can certainly try this Android Q beta 4 on it. However, if you’re going to try it on your primary device, proceed at your own risk.
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