Android, the most popular operating system in the world, that is installed on billions of devices whether it’s a smartphone, tv or a refrigerator.
So it’s always exciting when something new comes to Android, So it is. Google is working on Android 7.0 Nougat and had also released some beta versions.
Google announced that you can now register your device for the Android Nougat Beta. To sign up go to the Android Beta website and select ‘Enrol device’. However, You’ll need to have a Google Nexus device to get it.
Even it’s still early days for Android 7.0 Nougat, one can still download and install.
First, this is a developer preview, which means it’s not for regular smartphone owners, but you can expect some of the latest features of Android 7.0 Nougat to work, such as multi-window support and bundled notifications, but you should expect some bugs and errors too. If you want your device to work safely and smoothly, the you probably should wait for the final release.
Another thing is that it will work only on device such as Google’s Pixel C tablet or a newer Nexus device: theNexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 6, Nexus Player or Nexus 9.
Things to do before you download and install Android 7.0 Nougat
First of all, make sure to back up your device before you begin. The Android 7.0 Nougat developer preview is likely to have some bugs in it, so if it doesn’t work, having a backup will enable you to switch back to normal.
Make sure that your device’s built-in back-up feature is enabled – to do this go to Settings > Backup & reset and make sure both ‘Back up my data’ and ‘Automatic restore’ are marked.
You can copy your photos music to your another device using a USB cable.
How to download Android 7.0 Nougat on a Nexus device
Head over to the Android Nougat developer Preview web page for all the information about Android 7.0 Nougat developer preview. This page will give you a good idea of what features and functionality you’ll get
Go to the Android Beta Program website, and sign in using your Google account.
Once you’re signed in you’ll see your eligible devices listed. To enroll the device in the beta program click the ‘Enroll Device’ button. Once your device is enrolled, you’ll get updated on your phone for Android 7.0 just like the regular OS updates.
Going back to an earlier version of Android
If you not liked the Android 7.0 and want to switch back to an earlier version of Android, then visit Android Beta program website and click ‘Unenroll device’. An update will then appear on your phone which will reinstall the latest stable public version of Android.
: this will also wipe user data, so make sure you back up your device first.