Android 12 Beta Update : List of All Eligible Devices in India | how to install
Android 12 beta updates and the list of all the eligible smartphones in India that will get this update for sure, & steps to install this updates.
At the Google IO 2021 event this month the first public beta version of Android 12 was released with the list of phones it will support. More than 20 smartphones are compatible with Android 12 globally and only 10 are available in India. The list of phones will be mentioned in this article and the steps to download and install the latest operating system is also given.
The Android 12 OS comes with a new overall design which is based on the “Material You” system. The all new animations, better Wi-Fi sharing system, one-handed mode to use your phone with ease, and the data transparency on which app accesses what information makes this upgrade an interesting one for all the Android users around the world. The quick settings do not have toggles anymore and it is replaced with small cards which are easy to use and they also contain more information.
Indian smartphones compatible with Android 12
- OnePlus 9, OnePlus 9 Pro
- Google Pixel 3, 3 XL, 3a, 3a XL, 4a
- Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, Mi 11X Pro
- iQoo 7 Legend
How to download and install Android 12 Beta update
Although the method of installing differs according to the smartphone you own, downloading Android 12 Beta is quite simple.
- If you own a Pixel smartphone that supports Android 12, go to the Android 12 Beta website
- Tap on “Get the Beta” under Google Pixel and follow the instructions given.
- If you are not notified about installing the software, do it manually by tapping on System Update inside phone settings.
If you use other phones which are eligible for the update go to the website and tap on “Get the Beta” under the phone brand you use. Follow the instructions to complete the procedure and install the update.
We recommend you to take a complete backup of your device before you update. Note that you cannot revert to the stable public version of Android without erasing all the data on your phone. Most experts don’t recommend the Android 12 Beta version for the phones that are eligible for it, because, if it happens to be your primary phone you might have to deal with bugs that will be fixed only in the final version and launched officially.