We've got the details on how to unenroll your device from the Android N Developer Preview
The internet got a surprise when Google released the Developer Preview of Android N a month ahead of Google I/O. If you were one of the lucky folks who had a compatible device, then you might have spent the evening checking out what was new and different. That doesn't mean that you meant to keep the developer preview installed on your phone indefinitely though, especially if you only have one device.
Thankfully, getting your phone back to the latest public version of Android is really, really easy. If you decided to flash manually, you'll need to head over to the Google Developers page and follow the instructions there to manually revert to the latest Marshmallow build. For everybody else, you just need to go to the Android Beta Program page. This is the same page where you opted in to the Android N Developer Preview, and includes info like the FAQ. About halfway down the page you should see which of your Nexus devices were opted in to the program.
Just to the right of a photo of your device model, there is a green button that should say "unenroll device". It's in the same place that the enroll button was previously. Once you've clicked that, you'll also want to confirm that you are unenrolling your phone or tablet. After that, you'll get an OTA (over-the-air) update in just a few minutes, which will revert you back to the latest public version of Android. Make sure you keep in mind that doing this will reset your phone and kill any data that isn't backed up, so before you install you should make sure you are ready to climb back out of the rabbit hole of Android N.
As you can see, once you are done checking out Android N it's quite easy to head back to Marshmallow. The big thing to remember, whether you loved what you saw or hated what you saw, is that this is just the beginning of what we're going to see from Android N. What were your thoughts on the Developer Preview? Let us know in the comments below!
The Android N Developer Preview is just that — a developer preview. While it's now "release candidate beta" quality we still have to issue a word of caution. Tread lightly.