Google recently released its latest Android 11 Beta, enabling developers to apply their hands to the upcoming version of Android. Now Xiaomi is also looking for users to join the MI Pilots team of testers for the Android 11 Beta for specific phones. Pocophone F2 Pro Global, Mi 10 Global, and Mi 10 Pro Global are the models that will be getting the Android 11 build for now.
MI community Global has announced the opening of applications to join the Mi Pilots team of testers for the Android 11 beta. Mi has also warned the potential applicants that the team is responsible for testing Global Stable Beta ROMs only and reporting bugs to fix them before launching the stable version for all users. The company has asked the users to apply only if they are willing to test it. However, there is no mention of the MIUI 12, which itself is in the beta phase.
Potential Users will be explained the method for the OTA update through a Telegram group, the link to which is here.
Here are the MI Pilot test requirements:
Owning a Mi phone and actively participating in stable release testing, comments, and suggestions.
Have an active Mi Account.
Proficiency in the use of well-known Mi Flash tools and willingness to cooperate with engineers on detailed information on problems.
Having the technical skills necessary to reinstall the version and willing to take the risk of an update failure.
Since this is the first release of Android R, you should be prepared to face some serious issues like battery drain, restart, etc.
Registration link to join the MI Pilots test team:
Users can register to join the Mi Pilots test team for the Android 11 beta till September 9, 2020.