Google announced that it will continue to open the Android Beta project: a follow-up update service for Android 11.

Typically, Android Beta Program is turned off after the official release. But Google has made some tweaks this year, opening the project to “pre-release versions of future Android 11” after the release of the internal version.

Visit: https://www.google.com/android/beta.

Google announced that it will continue to open the Android Beta project: a follow-up update service for Android 11.

In its latest blog post, Google first thanked testers who participated in the Android 11 test, which received more than 25,000 questions. Google says that many mornings, users can “check for updates” to receive new versions, with an average update size of 10MB, making it easy for users to upgrade quickly.

Note: Beta users who already have an official Android 11 update installed will not be able to downgrade to Android 10 as an OTA. Until Google releases the official version, your device will not be cleaned up at any time to cancel your participation in the Beta project. But after Android 11 is released, canceling the Beta test project cleans up the device.

Google announced that it will continue to open the Android Beta project: a follow-up update service for Android 11.

Google is about to close the Android Beta Issue Tracker and Beta Feedback app.

You can submit a new question about Android 11 in the AOSP Issue Tracker, or share your thoughts through our Pixel Reddit community or official support channel.

Unlike last year, however, Google did not close the r/android_beta community or registration portal. The company will continue to “publish updates and information about future opportunities within the Android Beta program.”