Already the news had been circulated earlierthat Xiaomi has started internal testing with the Android 14 Developer Preview build. In principle, they started with the Xiaomi 13 series, and then the Xiaomi Pad 6 came up alongside it. And this morning they officially announced the start of testing and recruitment.
Xiaomi announced this morning on all fronts the Android 14 Developer Preview testing program. Recruitment is completely open, with no need to comply, as with MIUI 14 beta testing. But there is one condition, and that is that you have to have the phone that you've been nominated for.
To do this, you need to open the bootloader of the phone and there is no MIUI 14 interface, only pure AOSP, the simple Android interface. So get started.
Hungarian extract of the full recruitment:
ANDROID 14 DEVELOPER PREVIEW PROGRAM
Xiaomi 13 Pro, Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 12T are available for Android 14 developer preview.
Welcome to the Android 14 developer preview.
The Android 14 Developer Preview Program provides you with all the features you need to improve app compatibility and development for the next version of Android. Currently, the Xiaomi 13 Pro, Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 12T are available for the Android 14 Developer Preview Program, which developers can use for free. Flash up the preview build and you can start using it immediately.
Before you start:
1. Please remember to back up your data before you upgrade to Android 14 Beta.
2. Please download the beta version of Android 14 for Xiaomi 13 Pro , Xiaomi 13 and Xiaomi 12T.
3. Please install the beta version of Android 14 from the fastboot method .
If you want to unsubscribe or reset to factory settings, you can do this by
1- Switch off the device.
2- Press the Volume Down button and Power button simultaneously for 4-5 seconds to enter Fastboot mode.
If you have any feedback, let us know via the Android Beta Feedback app, which can be found in the developer preview.
To learn more about the Android 14 Developer Preview Program, visit the Google Developers page.
Unfortunately, the description does not specify whether the operation requires an open bootloader. I suspect that it does, unfortunately I haven't received a reply from Xiaomi as of writing this article, but if I do, I'll post it in a comment.
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