Google properly unveiled Android O during its main keynote at Google I/O 2017, though the new mobile OS system was launched in preview mode a few months ago. The Android O Developer Preview is technically available to developers only, and it’s compatible with Pixel and Nexus devices only. But anyone interested in experiencing the next big thing from Android can install it if you know what you’re doing. However, Google on Wednesday made the Android O Beta program available to anyone looking to try the OS before it launches, and you can install it the easy way right now.
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