Android 11 beta 1 is finally available to everyone who had enrolled themselves in the company’s beta testing program. The platform is looking to bring a handful of new additions to the table along with numerous UI design variations. However, you have to take note that the beta build of the Android 11 is not for everyone. If you change your mind, you can downgrade Android 11 back to Android 10 right now.
Here’s How to Downgrade Android 11 Beta to Android 10 If It’s Creating Issues on Your Google Pixel Phone
If you’re not familiar with the beta builds, they tend to carry a plethora of bugs that distort the device’s normal use. Apps are sometimes off-balance, the interface hangs on you, apps tend to crash a lot, and a boatload of other issues. Moreover, you should never install beta builds on your primary device. However, you always have the option available to downgrade your device from Android 11 beta to the stable Android 10 build.
Installing Android 11 beta 1 on your Google Pixel phone is very easy and requires just a few steps. However, flashing them on your device might be a little tricky for an average user. If you’re enrolled in Google’s beta testing program, you can simply opt-in and the update will be available to you over the air. You would simply have to navigate to Settings > System > Advanced > System Update. Moreover, downgrading from Android 11 beta to Android 10 is fairly simple as well. Here’s what you have to do.
1. The first thing that you have to do is head over to google.com/android/beta.
2. Scroll down and you will see your device. Select the Opt out button in order to downgrade Android 11 beta to Android 10.
3. You will be asked to confirm your decision to Opt out of the Android Beta program. All you have to do is select Leave beta.
4. When you select leave beta, a stable OTA update will be sent to your Android device with the Android 11 beta installed. You can install it by navigating to Settings > System > Advanced > Software Update.
That’s all that you have to do in order to downgrade from Android 11 beta to Android 10. There’s not much effort required and the process is fairly simple. As a disclaimer, take note that the stable public version of the Android OTA update will erase all of the stored on your device. So do proceed with precaution and create a back up of your data beforehand.
That’s all there is to it, folks. Did you install the latest beta build? Would you downgrade from Android 11 beta to Android 10? Let us know why in the comments.