Google’s Beta Testing Program has been around for a few years now, and the company has officially launched a beta program for Android devices.
However, it is not a free-to-use program and it is currently only available for select Google devices, like the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9.
That means, while you can sign up to beta test your device and get access to the beta software, it will cost you $49.99 to actually use it.
Google has been expanding the beta program to include other devices, but the beta testing program for the Nexus 9 is still limited to the Google Pixel and Nexus 6, which will be released on November 17th.
However the Nexus 10 will also be eligible for the beta, though it won’t be available until November 23rd.
We have reached out to Google for comment and will update this article if we hear back.
Google’s website offers more details about the beta.
The program requires you to enter your Android device information, such as the name and model of your device, and download a Google Developer ID, which you then can share with other developers.
To get started, you will need to create a Google account.
After creating your Google account, you can then click the link in the top right corner of the Google Developer Dashboard and you will be taken to a page that lists the various Google services that you can test.
This section allows you to choose the service that you want to test, but there is also a checkbox in the upper right corner to let you choose which Google services you want the beta to test for.
You can then create a new project, select your device from the drop-down menu, and you are ready to test.
It will take up to two hours for the process to complete.
Once your device is installed, you are allowed to test on it.
The process takes less than one minute and you can even start a new Android app by opening a new tab and typing “Android” in the search bar.
Once you are done testing, you need to take your device to a local location and test it on another device.
Once that is done, you must then click on “Activate Beta” and follow the instructions to download and install the software.
You then need to test the software for 30 days.
After that period, you should get an Android 4.3 device that is running the beta and the developer beta software.
The only way you can revert back to the stable version is to use an Android emulator.
There is also no need to reinstall the beta as it has already been tested on multiple devices.