Android O Beta Registration Now Available.
Google released Android O developer preview images back in March. Today during Google I/O 2017 it has started registrations for the upcoming Android O beta. When it released Android O developer preview,
New Added Features Of Android O.
In the Google I/O the company said that Android O will bring new features to improve the User experience. The new features include.
- New Power & Performance Optimizations.
- New Ways To Extend Apps.
- Notification Channels.
- PIP, adaptive icons.
New APIs Added To Android O.
- New Autofill.
- New Font Resources In XML.
- New Autosizing TextView. WebView enhancements, and more.
- New WebView Enhancements, and more.
If you’re looking for a more in-depth analysis of all of the other Android Nougat features you can check out this post.
List Of Supported Devices.
List of devices that are officially supported by Google for Android O beta program.
- Pixel XL
- Nexus 5X
- Nexus 6P
- Nexus Player
- Pixel C
Wait… Where’s The Other Nexus Devices?
Google said on their post on their blog. That they have officially ended the software support for these older nexus devices.
- Nexus 9
- Nexus 5
- Nexus 6
- Nexus 7
- Nexus 10
These devices won’t be getting any official updates from now.
How Do I Enter The Beta Program?
If you’re willing to give the Android O a try by installing the preview images on the above-mentioned device. You can do so by rolling in the Android O Beta Program. If you have previously enrolled in the Android Nougat Beta Registration then you know how the process works. If you haven’t done this process before the instructions can be found on the Android Developer’s Website.
Though if you’re looking on how you can flash an Android O beta update file you can check out this guide.
And that’s it, Sorry for the short post but this is something that I thought is worth sharing. Don’t worry more awesome post are on their way!