Android 8.0 Oreo – Google’s latest Android OS update has been officially availed amid US’s biggest solar eclipse since 1918. If you have an Android 8.0 supportable device, you can get the Android Oreo update on your smartphone at this moment.

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Google’s most-advanced Android Oreo is faster, smarter, and most powerful update than ever. Its new startling features like Autofill, picture-in-picture mode, enhanced speed, stronger security protection, revamped notification panel, and lots of features with you can have a great adventure with your smartphone.

While the Google’s own device Pixel and Nexus are always in the first line to get the Android 8.0 and there are other compatible devices will get the update soon. Google has pushed the software update to AOSP (Android Open Source Project) for everyone to access from now. Want to know how to download and install it now? Let’s find!
How to Download and Get Android 8.0 Oreo Update

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How to Download Android 8.0 Oreo Update Now

If you are very curious to install Android O on your device, then you will have to sign up for the Android Beta program to make sure your device will receive the new Android update once Google releases it. If you have successfully signed up for the program, your smartphone will be eligible to get the OTA update to Android 8.0.

Let me show you few simple steps to sign up for Android Beta program:

How to Sign Up for Android Beta Program?

Note: Make sure that you have the complete backup of your data.

Step #1. Visit the Android Beta Program page and sign in with your Google account.

Step #2. Look for your device and click on Enroll Device next to your device.

Step #3. Accept terms and conditions and tap on “Join Beta.”

Step #4. Now you will get a message to tell you that your device has been enrolled and you will soon get OTA update. Just hit the Ok.

If you don’t receive OTA update within 24 hours, then you can check for the update by heading to SettingsAbout PhoneSystem update and then check for updates. If you receive the update, make sure your device connected to a strong Wi-Fi network and then tap on Download. Over-the-air is the easiest way to get the update from its general carrier, which will come soon for all Android smartphones.

You can Unenroll your device via revising the Beta program page and click on Unenroll Device. You will get another official OTA update on your device by wiping all data and setting your device to the latest official version of the Android.

Also Read: How to Get Android O Features on Any Android Device

Have Android O compatible device? Pick up your phone and install the Google’s latest Android 8.0 Oreo update on your device. Don’t forget to share your experience in the comments.