1. mogelijk's Avatar
    Just to get it out of the way, the Android Q beta will have bugs and so you don't want to put it on a phone you need to always have work -- you should only install it on a secondary, or backup phone (at least these early versions of the beta).

    Having said that, the Android Q beta is available, for those that wish to try it. You can either flash the update onto your phone, or you can request to get the beta through an OTA update. To sign up and get the update delivered to your phone, you'll need to install the Android Q beta app from the Play store.
    05-08-2019 04:18 AM
  2. philesk's Avatar
    I won't put this on my PH-1. Read the bug reports on Google - there are many, many bugs. Maybe Beta 4 will be a bit better.
    05-12-2019 07:22 PM
  3. mogelijk's Avatar
    I have put it on mine and am enjoying it. But I should emphasize, my PH-1 is now a "backup phone" and so bugs don't bother me. From the little I've used it, while I've apparently hit a couple of bugs (that the phone wanted to report), I wouldn't have known except for the bug reports.
    05-13-2019 11:03 AM

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