In this tutorial, learn how to install Android 11 (Android R) on Windows 10 using Android Studio.
Google has released the first Beta of Android 11 (also named as Android R) and is currently available for developers, testing and feedback.
What are the new features in Android 11 (Android R)?
Android 11 (Android R) has introduced many new features such as scheduled dark theme/mode, screen recorder, redesigned notifications, Apple’s Airdrop-like file sharing, new APIs, new media player, message bubbles, new power menu, new recent apps screen, and one-time permissions and new power menu.
How to try Android 11 on Windows 10?
If you’re an Android lover or developer you may want to experience the Android’s “Android R” latest version. There are two methods to experience the Android 11 Beta at the moment. The easiest way of trying and testing Android 11 is to install it on supported Google Pixel smartphones. However (as not everyone has supported Google Pixel smartphone) so you can try it on your Windows 10 PC. There are several Android emulators available to install and experience the latest Android 11 on your Windows. But you will encounter many issues with most of these available emulators because they do not support Android 11 yet. Android Studio Emulator is one of them that supports Android’s latest version without any hassles. Luckily, you can use the official Android Studio to set up an emulator to run Android 11.
The Emulation software simulates Android operating systems on your Windows 10 PC (that could be a tablet, smartphone, or smartwatch). It offers all the capabilities of an Android device. You can send a text message, make phone calls, write, test your games and apps and connect to the Google Play store just like a smartphone or other mentioned devices.
In this post, we will show you how to install the Android Studio and set up an Emulator to run Android 11 Beta on your Windows 10 PC.
How to Install Android 11 on Windows 10 Using Android Studio
1. Visit Android Studio’s official download page and download it to your Windows 10 computer.
2. When downloaded, it’s time to install it by clicking on the Android studio setup file.
3. Make sure that both Android Studio and Android Virtual Device are checked. Click the Next button.
4. Next few clicks are so simple just next, next and next just like any other application and click on Install button.
5. Once the installation is complete, you will see the Completed message. Click the Next button.
6. Once Android Studio is installed, run, and select “Do not import settings” option and click OK.
Checkout this video to illustrate this guide:
That’s about it.