Android 14 Beta Program Begins For Nothing Phone (1)

Yesterday, at the I/O conference, Google launched the second developer preview program of Android 14 for its Pixel devices, following which other manufacturers like Xiaomi, OPPO, and OnePlus have also started beta testing. On the other hand, the Nothing Phone (1) Android 14 beta program is also finally available to consumers as part of the Developer Preview program.

The consumer tech giant said it will release the Android 14 Developer Preview for the Nothing Phone (1) in the coming weeks. And Nothing users are finally on the spot to test the ultimate Android version.

Furthermore, the information suggests that this edition best suits developers and some advanced users. Because this Android 14 build is still in the early development stage, and some features might be missing or not working.

The company noted several major issues with the first Android 14 beta on the Nothing Phone (1), including fingerprints, face unlock, Glyph features, battery sharing, no pre-installed Nothing Weather and Nothing X apps, and more. The complete list of known issues is as follows:

Known issues:

  1. Fingerprints can’t be registered
  2. Face unlock unavailable
  3. Glyph features unavailable
  4. Battery sharing unavailable
  5. No Portrait Mode or slow motion feature in the camera app
  6. No pre-installed Nothing Weather and Nothing X apps
  7. Screen cast to TV connection unavailable

After you upgrade to Android 14 beta, your phone storage will be formatted, and all your data will be erased. Therefore, we recommend exercising caution with betas and backing up your information.

Download files

  1. Download the Android 14 Beta update package: Download
  2. Download the roll-back package: Download
How to upgrade to Android 14 Developer Preview: Click here
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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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