- Google has released the first developer preview build of Android P.
- You can download the builds at the links below if you have a compatible device.
- The Android Beta Program will open later for more consumers to try out Android P.
Today is the day everybody who wants to keep on the cutting edge of Android development has been waiting for. Announced earlier today, the first developer preview build of Android P is now available to download.
You won’t be able to get the preview through the Android Beta Program, however. This preview comes in the form of a flashable .zip file that you’re going to have to install yourself. The reasoning behind this is because the release is intended for developers only and is not stable enough to be used by consumers. Google says it will open up enrollments to the Beta Program for Android P in the near future.
However, if you can’t wait and want to flash the OS manually right now, you can download Developer Preview 1 builds for your devices at the links below:
If you need some help on how to flash these builds on your compatible device, we have some helpful instructions here as well.