If you want to rush the process of getting the Android N, you will be happy to know that there are ways to help with it. However, you have to use one of the Nexus 6, 9, 5X, 6P or Player, Pixel C, Sony Xperia Z3 or General Mobile 4G, the Android version, for it to work.
Before starting any serious process, it is always advisable to make a back-up. For this, you have to go to Settings, Backup and reset, and check the Back up my data and Automatic restore options. Moreover, you might want to save whatever you have stored on your phone, photos, music or videos, and you should do this by transferring them on your PC, or set up a cloud account and store them there.
If you don’t have Xperia Z3, you have to enroll your device in the Android Beta portal Google has. After that, you will receive Over the Air (OTA) updates from time to time, until the developers will finally release the final version. Also, it would be advisable to remain in the preview program they have, since this is how you will also receive the maintenance releases after you install the final version.
If you get tired of it and decide to go back to the public version, you can simply unenroll the device and that’s it. However, rolling back will wipe the data you have, and this is when you should use the backup you have.
If you have a Z3, you will have to sign up for a different preview program, that of Sony, not Google. Other than that, things are pretty much the same and the steps are similar. Remember to always back up whatever you have, just in case anything goes wrong!
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