Steps to Downgrade Nexus devices To Android 7.0 from Android 7.1 Nougat: Google recently released its two new latest devices, the Pixel, and the Pixel XL. Both of these two new devices run the latest and greatest version of Android that Google has to offer, Android 7.1. While we thought it might take some time for the discontinued Nexus devices to get it, Google has stayed put on its word, and has already released the Android 7.1 update program to its older flagships.Downgrade Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Pixel C from Android 7.1 to Android 7.0 Nougat
Do note that this is the developer preview version, meaning that there might be a lot of bugs, so if you don’t mind some bugs in your way, Android 7.1 will be a grateful upgrade to your Nexus device! You can upgrade the following devices to the Android 7.1 developer preview [icon name=”hand-o-right” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Pixel C
However, if you are a victim of too many bugs, or if you just don’t like Android 7.1, and want to wait for the consumer release, we have got you covered. If you have already signed up for the beta program to make the update available, then this guide will be super simple. All you need to do is un-enroll your device, and then the downgrade notification will pop-up on your Nexus device.Follow the steps to safely Downgrade Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and Pixel C To Android 7.0 from Android 7.1
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Lastly, one more thing to keep in mind is that while downgrading, all of your data will be lost, so make sure you do a factory reset before-hand. Let’s begin.Downgrade Nexus Devices To Android 7.0 from Android 7.1 Nougat [icon name=”hand-o-down” class=”” unprefixed_class=””]
Downgrade Nexus Devices To Android 7.0 from Android 7.1 Nougat (Nexus 6P/5X/Pixel C)
- Just like you did to enroll your Nexus device into the beta program, head over to g.co/androidbeta[icon name=”external-link-square” class=”” unprefixed_class=””]. You will now be asked to sign into your Google account.
- Scroll down until you find a section called ‘Eligible Devices‘, and find your enrolled device.
- Instead of the ‘enroll‘ option, you will notice another button called ‘Unenroll‘. Click on that, accept the agreement, and confirm you action.
- A software update will be pushed out to your device, so installing it will simply downgrade your version of Android.
Good going! You’ve successfully downgraded your Nexus device from Android 7.1 to Android 7.0. If you guys have any queries, feel free to hit us down in the comments section below!
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