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The latest version of the Android Q beta has released for all Google Pixel phones, as well as 15 other phones from manufacturers like Sony, OnePlus, Nokia, LG, Asus, Vivo, and Xiaomi.

Google made a similar move broadening the pool of beta devices during last year’s I/O, but this is officially the largest swath of devices yet to receive Android beta software — an encouraging sign that maybe, just maybe, Android Q will be made widely available before 2019 ends.

If you already have the beta installed on your Google Pixel, Pixel 2, or Pixel 3, you can check for the update on your phone by heading to the settings menu. From there, scroll down to “System” and tap it.

Then, click “Advanced” and finally, tap “System Update” to see if it’s available. For those with Pixels (or any of the newly supported devices above) who aren’t yet enrolled in the beta program, it’s easy to get it installed. We have a guide that takes you through the process.

Now in its third beta release, Android Q is likely more stable than it has ever been, though you may encounter some serious bugs.

This software is meant primarily for developers to test out their apps, but you can still have some fun with it. Just think twice before installing this on the phone that you rely on for calls and text messages.

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