Android Oreo is one of the best features of Google
Google has announced its new mobile software Android 8.0 called Android Oreo.
The eighth version of Google’s operating system, Android Oreo brings promises to extend battery life, improve security.
Android Oreo allow users to perform multiple tasks at once, such as browsing the web and watching a video and speed up smartphones as Google pushes out updates to Pixel and Nexus devices
Which devices support the Android Oreo?
Google’s Pixel and Nexus phones and tablets will also soon see the update, with beta programme participants receiving it first.
You’ll need either Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Pixel, Pixel XL, Pixel C or Nexus Player to partake, and a somewhat adventurous spirit — though it’s a far less risky process than it once was.
How to install Android Oreo on your device?
You can get an update to Android Oreo if you have one of the above eligible devices, you can simply visit the Android Beta portal and opt-in to the beta, which will then prompt Google to send your phone or tablet an over-the-air update. If you’re already in the public beta, you will receive an over-the-air update to the final version of Android Oreo shortly.
- Head to Android Beta program portal on your Pixel or Nexus phone or tablet.
- Sign into the Google accountassociated with that phone.
- Scroll down to Your eligible devices.
- Find the device you want to enrol in the Beta program and tap Enrol device.
- Follow the prompts to accept the over-the-air download.
If you opted into the beta and want to roll back, just unenroll from the beta by simply pressing the button on the Android Beta program page to unenroll and restart your phone.
However, once the beta program ends, which it should be soon, you won’t be able to roll back.