Last Updated on April 13, 2023 by Larious
Google has finally released the first beta of Android 14 after the release of two developer previews in the last two months.
With this release, not only the developers but now anyone with a supported device can try this next version of the Android operating system. Let’s discuss Android 14 Beta 1 details, including its download and installation.
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Android 14 Beta 1: All Details
As we all know, Google’s first priority is their Pixel device users, so the eligible Pixel phones are Google Pixel 4a (5G), Google Pixel 5, to Google Pixel 7 series.
If we talk about some of its features so Android 14 will introduce an enhancement to per-app language preferences that will allow the set of languages displayed in the app.
And there is an improvement in the gesture navigation system as Android 14 includes a prominent back arrow which will allow better interaction with apps, so users can easily use back gestures.
Besides, there are many more new features and improvements, which you can also check out in the official changelog blog from Android Developers.
How To Download & Install
To download Android 14, visit the official website at google.com/android/beta, then click on the “View your eligible devices” button and select your eligible Pixel device.
After the above step, click on the “Opt-in” box to enroll in the Beta program, and then go to Settings > System > System update.
And final step is to follow the on-screen instructions to install the Android 14 Beta 1 update.
While it is also important to mention that the initial beta release may be unstable and not suitable, so download and install it at your own risk, as Google also suggested.
Android 14’s Release Date
Google is expected to release the stable public version of Android 14 in August or September, as it usually launches in these months.
And as the above release timeline shows, the final release will be seen after July.