How to download Android 11 Beta for Google Pixel and other Android devices

Google has officially kicked off the Android 11 Developer Preview program, just five months after the stable release of Android 10. They’re starting things a little earlier this year (the first Android Q beta dropped in March). If you’re curious about the next version of Android, you can download Android 11 right now for the Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 4, and Pixel 4 XL (the original Google Pixel and Pixel XL are not officially supported).

This page will serve as an archive for all the Android 11 developer preview/beta releases. We will keep the page updated with the latest OTAs and factory images for supported devices. You can learn how to install the Android 11 developer preview with our guide for Pixel devices here.


Android 11 Developer Preview 1

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Android 11 Developer Preview 2

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Android 11 Developer Preview 3

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Android 11 Developer Preview 4

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Android 11 Beta 1

Android Beta releases have a few extra ways that you can install the updates. The easiest method is to go to google.com/android/beta and enroll your device in the program. You can also use the Android Flash Tool, which will handle many of the flashing steps for you. Below you will find the files for manual flashing.

GSI Downloads

x86+GMS Link
ARM64+GMS Link
x86_64 Link
ARM64 Link

Android 11 Beta 2

Android Beta releases have a few extra ways that you can install the updates. The easiest method is to go to google.com/android/beta and enroll your device in the program. You can also use the Android Flash Tool, which will handle many of the flashing steps for you. Below you will find the files for manual flashing.

GSI Downloads

x86+GMS Link
ARM64+GMS Link
x86_64 Link
ARM64 Link

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