Android Q has been announced, and you can now download and install the first developer preview on your Pixel device.

Since this is a beta intended primarily for developers, you might want to think twice before installing it on your personal phone.

Past beta phases for Android 8 Oreo and Android 9 Pie eventually became fairly stable for day-to-day tasks, but only after a few months of availability.

Surprisingly, Google is even stretching support all the way back to the original Pixels.

The installation process for the new operating system is pretty easy, but if you run into issues that have you wanting to run back to a more stable version of Android 9 Pie, you’ll have to completely reformat your phone.

Here’s how to get the latest (and currently unfinished) Android software on your Pixel phone.

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