The developer previews are for application developers to ensure that app developers get ample time to understand what’s new in Android P and make the required changes in the app code. Due to this, when the Android P rolled to the end users, smooth and stable apps will be available for them.
Who should use the Android P Developer Preview?
- App & system developers.
- Persons involved in modding, themes and all kinds of related development activities.
- Google/Android fans who want to stay updated about what’s happening.
- Community enthusiasts who want to check the code and find vulnerabilities.
- People who just cannot live without running the latest Android version, even if that means tackling bugs.
Is there any RISK?
The risk is a factor that involves in anything/everything. By using the Android P Beta, you assume the following risks.
- System instability.
- Some apps can crash randomly.
- Certain phone functions can be broken.
- Some apps will be unavailable.
Note: It's better to avoid the device that you are using for day-to-day activities. Because the risk is uncertain.
Devices eligible for Android P Beta/Developer Preview[mnky_ads id=”3897″]
|Pixel, Pixel XL
Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL
|Get the Beta|
|Nokia||7 plus||Get the Beta|
|Essential||Essential Phone||Get the Beta|
|Sony||Xpreia Z2||Get the Beta|
|OPPO||R15 Pro||Get the Beta|
|OnePlus||OnePlus 6||Available after launch|
|Xiaomi||Mi Mix 2S||Get the Beta|
|Vivo||X21. X21 UD||Get the Beta|
Note: Download and installation instructions are available on the website of your phone manufacturer