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With the release of the beta version, Google made it possible to install the new version of the operating system while leaving room to try out the new features that are exclusive to this version without falling into the bugs. Now users can try this version on their smartphones. Users should be advised not to try this version on their main phones, but rather on their alternative phones to avoid falling into any software problems that may occur on that version.
For example, when owning a Google Pixel phone, you must accept the necessary conditions by pressing Confirm and enroll to join the beta program from Google, which are published on the special page of the official Google website. Once you have agreed to the necessary terms, you should be able to update the antenna of the system via WiFi internet. After making sure that your Internet connection is stable, go immediately to the Settings application on your smartphone, then click on the System tab, then choose Advanced, and choose System update after that. When the download and installation is completed, you will have activated the beta version of the new Android 12 operating system version.
As in the picture above, the size of the update for the beta version of Android 12 in a user’s phone was 1.47 GB. The size of this update may vary for different smartphones, so when you get a new update for the operating system, make sure that there is enough space in the phone’s storage to download and install the new update.
After updating your smartphone operating system version, and if you find any software defects that prevent you from enjoying using your smartphone, make sure to back up all your data and information stored on your smartphone. Users don’t have to back up their data when they update their phones to Android 12, but they won’t be able to restore Android 11 just as easily, but they will need to wipe the entire phone data and perform a factory reset.
Millions around the world are now trying the beta version of the new Android 12 operating system version. No major software flaws have been mentioned so far, but with time and in-depth experience there will certainly be some flaws. Early access to beta versions, updates, and new changes is a good thing, but software bugs often affect the user experience. But you must remember that beta versions are constantly improving through successive overhead updates until reaching an official, final, and stable version.