Google revealed Android 12 in its underlying I/O 2021 featured keynote, and now you can try the new update yourself as a component of the principal public beta.
The Android 12 public beta is accessible for Google’s Pixel smartphones now (Pixel3 and up) and will also come on OnePlus, Lenovo, Asus, Oppo, Realme, Sharp, Tecno, TCL, Vivo, Xiaomi, and ZTE gadgets.
You can select your Pixel smartphone on Google’s Android beta site or get explicit guidelines for other upheld phones on the Android designer page.
Android 12 brings a cornucopia of new highlights, but the most energizing are the new visuals. Alongside new animations, widgets, and a revised lock screen.
Android 12 also offers themes with the capacity to change the color applied in the OS by just changing your wallpaper. Not all dramatic scene changes will be accessible in this first beta, yet as we draw nearer to deliver, they should carry out after some time.
Google is also making changes to different aspects of the Android experience, like notifications and fast settings. It is also making a few enhancements to protection and security, with markers of when your smartphone’s camera or microphone is being used, and all your applications in a single dashboard have simple admittance to different consents.
Which smartphones presently work with Android 12 beta?
- Pixel 3, 3XL
- Pixel 3A, 3A XL
- Pixel 4, 4XL
- Pixel 4A, 4A 5G
- Pixel 5
- Asus Zenfone 8
- OnePlus 9.9 Pro
- Oppo Find X3 Pro (model CPH2173)
- TCL 20 Pro 5G
- Vivo iq7
- Xiaomi Mi 11, Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11I, Mi 11X Pro
- ZTE Exon 30 Ultra 5G
- Additionally models of Sharp, Tecno, and Realme
How to install Android 12 beta?
The process of how you get Android 12 Beta on your phone involves more than just a few clicks. For this beta download, it is quite easy to get it on one of the supported Google Pixel phones.
For Pixel phones, start by going to the Android 12 beta site to enroll your phone into beta. When you click on (View your eligible device), you should be able to find your phone listed.
After enrolling your device, you may be prompted via a notification on your phone that the software is ready to be installed.
If you want to check manually, open the Settings menu on your phone, then go to System> System Update. Tap “Check for updates” to see if you can download the new software.
If nothing happens immediately, your only option is to wait. In the past: you will receive a beta update on your phone within a few minutes of enrollment, although sometimes it takes hours. It may take more than 24 hours before the Software is ready to install on your phone.
For supported phones from other brands such as OnePlus, Realme, Sharp and others, follow the instructions on each page of Google’s list of eligible phones, as the installation process varies depending on the manufacturer.