The first Android 14 beta is now available for anyone with a Pixel to try

by Digital Brainiacs
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Credit: Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority
  • The first Android 14 beta is launching today.
  • Anyone with a Pixel phone made after and including the Pixel 4a 5G can install it.
  • It’s safe enough to use as a daily driver, but you should still be cautious.

Since early February, Android 14 has been out in what’s known as developer previews. These early versions of the operating system are unstable and mostly designed for developers to use for app testing. Today, though, we’re moving away from developer previews and into the first beta.

You can install the first Android 14 beta if you own a supported Pixel device. Supported Pixels are the Pixel 4a 5G and everything launched after it (Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6/Pro, Pixel 6a, and Pixel 7/Pro). Note that this list does not include the vanilla Pixel 4a (without 5G). If you don’t own a Pixel, it’s possible your phone could see beta support soon. While we don’t have direct confirmation from any OEMs yet, we have a speculative list of potential Android 14 launch windows.

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