There are so many option available to get Android Q Beta:
Google has also worked with a variety of third-party manufacturers, including Huawei, OnePlus, LG, Nokia and Xiaomi covering 21 devices in total. Check out the Android Q preview page for more information.
Android Q beta 3 takes Google’s gestures a stage further, embracing the back gesture used by Huawei and Honor devices: swipe in from either the left or right edge of the screen to go back. It works great.
- Get Android Q Beta on a Mate 20 Pro device over-the-air
- Download and manually flash Android Q Beta on a Mate 20 Pro device
- Get Android Q Beta on Mate 20 Pro devices
- Set up an Android Emulator to run Android Q Beta.
HOW TO INSTALL ANDROID Q BETA ON HUAWEI MATE 20 PRO
- Start with, You have to enroll in the beta by simply logging in with a Google account. Link to enroll
- Then selecting the Mate 20 Pro device on which they’d like to install the beta.
- You’ll get an over-the-air update that way, just like you normally would for stable versions of Android.
- Once you click “Enroll,” you’ll eventually get an update notification on the enrolled device that a system update is ready.
- You may need to check for a system update in order for it to fetch the beta software, but it usually doesn’t take long for it to be ready for download.
- As new Android Q developer previews come out, you’ll get a notification to install them, too, as you would for any regular system update.
INSTALLING OTA IMAGES
To install an OTA package to a device:
- Download an OTA device image from the table link.
- Reboot the device into Recovery mode. For more information on putting Pixel devices in this mode, see Reset your Android device to factory settings.
- On the device, select ADB sideload.
- Connect the device to a computer with the Android development environment loaded and the Android Debug Bridge (adb) tool installed.
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