How to Get the Android Oreo Beta on Nokia 6

Since Nokia is owned by the HMD Global things are going well for Nokia. A few months back the company announced that they will be providing the best Android experience to the Nokia Users. As we all know that Android Oreo Beta program launched for Nokia 8 and Nokia 5, now it’s time for Nokia 6. As they have promised that Nokia 6 will be getting the Android Oreo Beta update soon, they have fulfilled their promise. Nokia 6 Android Oreo Beta has launched today, now you’ll be thinking how to get it?. Here we will tell you how to get the Android Oreo Beta on Nokia 6.

Android Oreo Beta on Nokia 6

How To Install Android Oero on Nokia 6:

Before moving on to the installation process, let me clear one thing. This update is still in beta version so it will not a bug-free version, the best strategy will be to wait for the final build.

Note: The following method will erase your data, so before proceeding, we suggest you should take a complete backup of your data.

How to Get the Android Oreo Beta on Nokia 6:

Step1: If you have tried beta programs on your previous devices then you are well-aware of the enrollment process. You have to do the same, visit Nokia Beta Labs by clicking here. Now you have to log in with your Nokia Associated account.

Step2: After logging in, you have to register/validate your device by entering your IMEI number and Network Operator. After you have entered both of the details, click on “Register for beta labs” button.

Step3: Once the required details are added and they are verified, you’ll see a message saying ” Validation OK “.

Step4: That’s all, now you have to do is scroll down and look for “Get the beta software over the air” and once you do, Click on the “Request OTA” button.

Now as per Noika words, they say that you have to wait up to 12 hours for the OTA update. But since no one wants to do that, head over to Settings -> About phone -> System updates ->Check for updates.

This is how you can get the Android Oreo Beta on Nokia 6 if you face any issue regarding this method, Please let us know in the comments.

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