Google announced Monday that Android 8.0 will officially be known as Android Oreo and that the update will arrive “soon” once pass the tests of operators. There is a quick and easy way to update yourself and is known as Android Beta Program.
By signing up for the Android Beta Program, you are guaranteed that your device will receive the latest beta software as soon as Google makes it available. Once you sign up for the program, your compatible device will receive an update to install Android Oreo.
The pointing is easy, but there is a warning to know before doing so: The only way to revert to a stable version of Android is to completely clean your device, erasing all your information. In this case, however, Android Oreo should be more or less finalized, and you should not, in theory, revert to Android Nougat.
You must own a recent Nexus to participate. The complete list of devices includes the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, Pixel, Pixel XL and the Pixel C tablet.
Visit the Android Beta Program page and sign up for the same Google account you use on your device.
There you will find a list of devices that qualify for the update. Click on Enroll Device along with the device where you want to install Android Oreo.
Accept the terms and conditions and that famous warning about returning to a stable version of Android, and then click Join Beta.
How To Download & Install Android Oreo (Android 8.0) ?
To leave the beta program, go back to the page where the program is and click Unenroll Device. You will get another over-the-air update to your device that will erase all the information you have there to install the latest official version of Android.