Back at Google I/O in May, Google announced “Android M”, the latest version of its Android operating system. Almost immediately, they released a preview build for developers to tinker with. It was a bit buggy, sure — but it let developers test their apps and get to know the new OS before everyone else got their hands on it.
Today, Google is taking a second swing with the release of Android M Developer Preview 2.
So how do you get this latest build?
First, you need a compatible device — that is, the Nexus 5, Nexus 6, or Nexus 9. From there, it depends on whether or not you’re running that previously released build of Android M; if yes, you can get version two via the built-in OTA update screen. If no, you’ll have to go download the image and flash it onto your device manually.
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