The latest version of the Android operating system, Android Nougat, is available for pre-order, but it isn’t ready for release.
The OS is currently in testing for the first time and some of the issues are being worked out in a closed beta.
However, there are still some known issues that should not be overlooked, including the lack of an app drawer, and an odd UI on certain phones that makes it difficult to use.
Here’s what you need to know to get started with the new version.
What is Android N?
Google’s new operating system will be available in November on Android phones and tablets.
The operating system is an update of Android 5.0 Lollipop, and it comes with a lot of new features.
There are new features such as a new look for the lockscreen, the ability to set a wallpaper, and the ability for users to disable apps that aren’t part of their default apps list.
Android N will also come with new features to the way the apps you download on your device can behave.
The update also adds support for Google Play Music, Google Play Movies and Video, Google Assistant and Google Now.
What’s new in Android N compared to Lollipop?
New features include the ability on Android N to install custom apps from the Play Store, which is the app store for all Android devices.
It also has the ability of installing apps that are not part of the default Android apps list, such as Google Photos, YouTube, Gmail and Google Play Games.
Other new features include a new lock screen widget that will make it easier to see what apps are installed on your phone, a new notification center that will show you the time, and a new search widget that can search for specific terms in the app you are using.
A few new features also appear in the Google Assistant app, which will help you understand how your phone is using certain apps and other settings, such a camera app or Google Assistant.
How can I get the new Android N pre-release version?
To get the latest Android N, you’ll need to go to Settings > About Phone.
Once you are there, tap on “About Phone”.
The phone will be prompted to download the software.
After that, you can either install the pre-rooted Android N version from Google Play or sideload it to your phone.
This will allow you to get the prerooted version of Android N and install it onto your device.
To sideload an app, go to the Google Play Store and tap on the app icon.
From the app menu, tap Install.
After the download completes, go back to the Settings > Applications menu and tap the Install icon again.
Once installed, go into the About Phone screen, tap the Android N app you want to sideload and follow the onscreen instructions.