After several months of beta, each bringing its teapot storm on how the gestures would work, Google officially releases the final version of Android 10 to Pixel users. Which could be an encouraging sign that this version of Android will come on other phones faster than before, Google promises to work with multiple partners to launch or upgrade device on Android 10 this year.
In addition to the new gesture system, new Android 10 includes some major features, including tighter permissions and privacy controls, a new “Focus Mode” to disable distracting apps, more straightforward notification controls, and better-integrated family controls. And a new dark theme. One of the most relevant updates will be invisible to most users: “Project Mainline” will allow Google to publish essential security patches directly through the Play Store instead of waiting for manufacturers and operators to distribute them. Phones upgraded from Android 9 Pie to Android 10 do not support it.
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So, without wasting your valuable time further, this is how to download Android 10 on your phone
- First of all, you need to find the Settings app on your phone.
- Now, use the settings search option or scroll down to find ‘System.’ Select this option.
- Find the ‘Advanced’ tab at the bottom side and open it up. The last of these options is ‘System update,’ which you should select.
- You should receive a lot of information about Android 10, as well as the ability to download it to your phone. If this is not the case, you are already on Android 10, or your phone is not compatible at the moment.
- Now you need to start the update, and your phone will do the work from here. Make sure it’s connected to the Wi-Fi only if you don’t want to use up your data allowance.