Digital Wellbeing is an amazing tool you will find in Google’s Pixel devices that can aid you to know all about your smartphone’s usage all through the day.
But, if you just do not use the feature enough to keep it enabled or need to confirm if deactivating it will assist your device to be work faster, these are instructions on how you can make all that happen.
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How Can I Disable Digital Wellbeing On My Pixel Device?
- Head to your device’s Settings.
- Swipe down and click “Digital Wellbeing.”
- Click the 3 dots in the upper right corner.
- Click “Turn off usage access.”
- Click Turn off in Settings.
- Click “Digital Wellbeing.”
- Click the toggle close to “Permit usage access.”
You are done. You have disabled Digital Wellbeing on your Pixel device. If you feel like activating it again, adhere to these same instructions.
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How Can I Install Android Q On My Pixel?
No one has an idea the name it will end up getting but Android Q is here already and its first beta is now available.
It is only a developer preview right about now though, so it is not prepared for the main work. Keep reading and lets help you help yourself.
The smartphones receiving the final Android Pie version are Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 2 XL, Pixel, Pixel X, Pixel 3 and Pixel 2.
In 2018, Google added non-Pixel or Nexus phones as part of its Android beta program. Even if Google is planning to extend the Android Q beta to cater for other devices, as the time of writing this, the program is restricted to only Pixels. Remain patient as that change anytime soon.
The simplest means of getting the Android Q beta is for you to get yourself enrolled in the Android Beta Program.
Just head to the Android Beta portal and opt-in to the beta, which will notify Google to send your device an over-the-air update. Your smartphone will immediately receive the newest beta and then an OTA for the final version, but this will be dependent on the timing. Alternatively, you can get the final version of Android Q.
- Go to the Android Beta Program portal on your Pixel device.
- Get yourself signed in to the Google account connected to that device.
- Scroll down to Your qualified devices.
- Locate the phone you wish to enroll in the Beta program and click Opt in.
- Adhere to the instructions on your smartphone to ensure the over-the-air download is accepted.