Android 12 BEA 1 Generic System Image (GSI) has been made available this morning before beta 1 beta 1 for pixel devices. GSI packages for ARM64, ARM64 + GMS, X86_64 and X86 + GMS are available for downloading now for masses – although we recommend that you know how to know how this software works and what bad sharing can do Before you perform download attempts or attempts to load as such.
If you have a smartphone taking care of the Treble project, you should be able to work with one of the GSI packages published today. Users need an unlocked boot loader for this part to be started, as well as the desire to reset its own device. This is not the kind of process you do during your lunch break.
If you are looking for the Android 12 Beta 1, head to XDA developers where they have both GSI and Beta 1 links you are looking for. You should be able to load the Android 12 beta 1 if you have a Google Pixel 3, 3XL, 3A, 3A XL, 4, 4XL, 4A, 4A 5G or Google Pixel 5 pixel.
If you download this software, know that you will want to save your data. Loading this software on your smartphone is not a good idea that if you do not necessarily need to access the phone or information contained on the phone for the near future. It can work very well, but it could go so bad – keep that in mind!
Android 12 had a little overview of people this afternoon too. You will find all kinds of new colors and a new take on the user interface your smartphone will use in the foreseeable future. Does this look like the system you want to use on your pixel or your non-Google Android smartphone?