Currently, Google Pixel has rolled out the Beta 4 version for Android 14, potentially marking the final Beta release. This update introduces numerous new features and substantial enhancements, particularly catering to tablet and folding devices. If you own a Google Pixel phone and wish to explore the Android beta, then adhere to the steps outlined below to install it on your device.

Here Are The Devices Supports Android 14 Beta 4:

  • Google Pixel Tablet / Google Pixel Fold
  • Google Pixel 7 / 7 Pro / 7a
  • Google Pixel 6 / 6 Pro / 6a
  • Google Pixel 5/5a
  • Google Pixel 4a 5G

Method No. 01: Using Google Homepage.

Here’s a straightforward guide to update your device to Android 14 Beta.

  1. Go to the Android Beta Program website.
  2. Log in to your Google account directly from your device.
  3. Select the “View eligible devices” button to access the list of Pixel devices.
  4. Choose the Pixel device you want to install the beta on and click the “Join” button.
  5. Scroll to the bottom of the terms page and tick the “I agree to the beta program terms” checkbox.
  6. Click the “Confirm and register” button to finalize the process.
Android 14 Beta 4 for Google Pixel

Once registered, simply restart your phone and go to  Settings  >  System  >  System updates  >  Check for updates to receive the Android 14 beta update.

Method No. 02: Using ADB

NOTE: For this method, you need to prepare a Windows or macOS computer and a USB-C cable.

Here’s a concise guide to installing Android 14 Beta on your device:

  1. Download Android 14 Beta OTA: Access the OTA file for your device.
  2. Get SDK Platform-Tools: Download the Android Platform-Tools (SDK).
  3. Activate Developer Mode: In your phone’s settings, navigate to About phone and tap Build number seven times.
  4. Enable USB Debugging: Under System settings, go to Developer Options and turn on USB Debugging.
  5. Connect Your Phone: Use a USB-C cable to connect your phone to the computer. Allow USB debugging when prompted.
  6. Open Terminal on Computer: Launch the Terminal application on your computer.
  7. Enter Restart Command: After restarting your phone, confirm the connection using the appropriate command in Terminal.
  8. Install Android 14 Beta: Execute the command to install the Android 14 Beta OTA file then replace “ota_file” with your downloaded file.

FAQs About Android 14 Beta 4 for Google Pixel:

How can I install Android 14 Beta 4 on my Pixel device?

Follow the guide given on this page and then fulfill your desire.

Is it possible to manually install Android 14 Beta 4 on my Pixel device?

Yes, you can manually install it by sideloading the Android 14 Beta files, the link to download one is given on this webpage.

When will the stable version of Android 14 be available for Pixel devices?

The stable version has already been released. You can follow the process outlined in this webpage.

Can I install Android 14 Beta 4 using the Android Beta Program?

If your device is eligible for it then go ahead and install it using the given methods.

Are there any precautions to take before installing Android 14 Beta 4 on Google Pixel devices?

Before installation, make sure to back up your data. Additionally, follow instructions regarding USB debugging and connecting your device to a computer.