NEW DELHI: The latest version of Google’s Android operating system — Nougat — is here. The search giant announced that it has started rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat OS to Nexus devices, it also mentioned that the process will be incremental and will take time to reach all Nexus devices. The OS will be hitting select devices including the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C and General Mobile 4G (Android One).
The search giant has not revealed exactly when the OS will be reaching different regions. However, if you are one of those users who did not risk your Nexus with developer previews but cannot wait enough to get the final public version either, then these following steps are for you. Users won’t need to root their Nexus device in this process and can also switch back to the final
consumer version of the OS if required:
how it can be installed on any old instrument having marshmallow android version?
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Head to Google’s Android Beta programme website from the Nexus smartphone or the Pixel tablet. Mind you, the version can only be installed in those devices that are currently eligible for it.
Sign-in with your Google account connected with the particular device.
Hit on ‘Your eligible devices’ find your device and hit on ‘Enrol device’.
After the processes, you would receive an OTA update, which you can download to enjoy the taste of the latest Android 7.0 Nougat OS. It is worth adding that if you stay on the Beta version, you will keep receiving future maintenance releases.
Note: The device’s data won’t be wiped off while upgrading. However, if you opt out while being in Beta version, all user data from the device will be wiped off.