(With the initial roadmap, Google launched later than expected due to many reasons)
Currently the most anticipated version of Android 11 is already in the final Beta version and is a beta version with the most stable performance. Before it was released to the majority of Android users, as a developer, you must have tried Android 11 simulator, but today you can run it on a real device to experience it. And this article will detail the steps to install Android 11 Beta Step by step, let’s practice!
We will have 2 options to install , you can choose the appropriate way (in my opinion, I prefer the number 2 more.
1. Install via Android Flash Tool
This is a very easy and almost automatic method you will have the latest version of Android 11 Beta on your device, but don’t forget to copy important data in a safe place to avoid interrupting your work. home. Always the same, this is the step I usually take before testing a new version
Step 1: You need to log in to your gmail account on the device you need to install (In the Google Account section )
Step 2: Register as a user to test the new version of Google here ( Link sign up here )
Step 3: Connect the device to your computer (Mac, Linux, Window) via USB cable
Step 4: Access Android Flash Tool ( Link access )
Step 5: Select the version you want and the installation will automatically take place. Wait for me to complete it and enjoy it
- The device needs to have at least 10Gb of free space to install
2. Install it yourself
You will have to do all of these simple steps yourself. Surely you are also used to installing many things on your device and then from ROM, Firmware etc., it still has its own joy, isn’t it? And it is not difficult either.
Step 1: You need to go to the image OTA store of Google to download the session you correspond to your existing phone. Link OTA
Step 2: Connect your phone to your computer via USB cable
Note: Your computer must have ADB Tool installed (AE Android Developer already has it, then skip) If you have not installed, download Android Studio and install it to have enough friends.
Step 3: Open CMD (Window PC) or Terminal (Linux & MAC).
Step 4: Put your phone in Recovery Mode according to the steps below, you should slow down to avoid confusion at this step
- Press the power key + volume down keys simultaneously
- When the menu appears, use the volume up and down keys to navigate to Recovery Mode
- While selecting Recovery Mode, press the Power key to begin execution
- You should now see the Android icon appear
- Press the Power + Volume Up keys at the same time for 1 second
- Release the Volume Up button => You have entered recovery mode already
- Use the volume keys again to select ” Apply update from ADB “
- Press the power button to select
- You will see a blank screen telling you that you need to download an OTA. Go back to your computer and continue to step 5. Coming soon.
Step 5: Enter the name of the downloaded zip file above. Where did you throw it to make it easy to find home, now I’m tired of finding the Download folder. Enter finished, then Enter played it to run
Step 6 (Final Step) Wait a while for it to load OS Android 11 when it’s finished, then your computer will go back to Recovery Mode. Pull out the cable and use the volume key to select Reboot now
3. Devices that support Android 11 installation
The list of devices to support Android 11 is relatively limited at least right now, and it all belongs to the Google Pixel phones below:
Google Pixel 4 / 4XL, Pixel 3a / 3a XL, Pixel 3/3 XL, and Pixel 2/2 XL
If you do not have the above devices, you can still install and use on the simulator to serve your immediate work, but for a long time you should have yourself one of the devices on home.
Above is the article about installing the latest Android 11 Beta version, wishing you to update the new operating system to serve your own research and development work. Hope the article will be really useful to someone in need, if you have any questions, please comment for support from yourself and the community.