Asus finally started recruiting Android 11 Beta testers for ROG Phone 3

For a past few days, ROG Phone 3 users are waiting for the Android 11 beta program. Today, it seems that the company has officially started recruiting ROG Phone 3 users for Android 11 beta testing. Last month, Asus released stable build to the ZenFone 6. Now ROG Phone 3 users can get access to the features of Android 11 via early beta test program. Here’s everything you need to know about Asus ROG Phone 3 Android 11 Beta Update.

According to some ROG Phone 3 users, the Android 11 beta test program is available to the users running on 17.0823.2012.122 software version or the latest stable build. The company recommends that the phone’s bootloader is in its locked state. If your device is running on the latest software and bootloader is locked, then you can take a part in the beta test program. As always, the beta builds are not as stable as the normal builds, we don’t recommend sideloading these builds on your primary phone.

The latest update on ROG Phone 3 packs a list of new features, improvements, and newer monthly security patch. The list pack features like a new power menu, notifications bubble, resize PiP videos sport, new icon shapes, enhanced security, and much more. Simply put, it has all the essential features that we’ve seen in the Android 11. Here’s how you can get Android 11 Beta update on your ROG Phone 3.

Asus ROG Phone 3 Android 11 Beta Update

ROG Phone 3 is set to receive its first major OS update via beta program. If you’re interested in participating in the beta testing program, then make sure that your ROG Phone 3 is running on 17.0823.2012.122 software version. If your smartphone is running on the latest software version then you can update your device to Android 11 via beta program. Here are some requirements you can check before participating.

ROG Phone 3 Android 11 Beta Update


  • Before updating, make sure to charge your phone to at least 30%.
  • Take a full backup of your data, in case of failures you may lose your data.
  • We request you to follow the steps carefully so that you can successfully update your phone without any harm.

You can enroll the beta program by following the below steps.

  1. At first, head over to the Settings.
  2. Head over to the System > System Updates.
  3. Now click on the gear icon available on the top right corner.
  4. Then, tap on Enroll in the Beta Test Program.
  5. Now accept terms and conditions.
  6. That’s it.

After applying to the beta test program, Asus will send email to the selected users in a week. If you’re selected, then you’ll receive the Android 11 beta update via special OTA. It is expected that the beta build needs a chunk of data for downloading. Before sideloading the update, I recommend you take a backup before upgrading your device to the latest update. That’s it.

We’ll share more details once available to us, make sure to follow us on (@YTECHB) and Google News (@YTECHB) for quick updates.

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