The Android 13 Beta is now available for download and users can easily access it on their smartphones. Great, advice from early access users to everyone willing to download Android 13, flash it at your own risk if anyone wants to test it out.
To do so, simply join your Pixel smartphone in the Android Beta program. Do you not own a Pixel phone? Don't worry, the Android 13 beta is also available for phones from OnePlus, Vivo, Realme, and more companies. Continue reading to learn more.
As is customary, the majority of Pixel phones are eligible for the newest Android 13 beta upgrade. Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, and Pixel 6 Pro are among the devices on the list.
Other eligible devices are the OnePlus 10 Pro, Asus Zenfone 8, Lenovo P12 Pro, Nokia X20, Oppo Find N, Oppo Find X5 Pro, Realme GT 2 Pro, and Vivo X80 Pro, Xiaomi 12 series, and Tecno Camon 19 Pro. If you own one of these devices, you will be able to try out Android 13.
Step 1: To begin, go to Google's official Android 13 Beta Program page, which may be found here.
Step 2: If you haven't already, sign in to your Google account.
Step 3: On the Android website, look for a button that says "View your eligible devices" at the top of the screen.
Step 4: If your device qualifies, you will see an "Opt-in" button. Simply click on it.
Step 5: At this point, you must select a beta program. Google will show two alternatives, Android 12 and Android 13 beta programs.
Note: You can select the latter if your smartphone does not have the Android 12 beta installed. If this is the case, you must first uninstall the previous beta version before installing the new beta version.
Step 6: After that, simply read the terms and conditions and scroll down. You must then tick the "I agree to the beta program terms" box.
Step 7: Finally, hit the Confirm and enroll button to conclude the beta program sign-up procedure.
Note: Please keep in mind that once you've completed the process, you should receive an OTA update. One may either wait for the system to notify them of an update or manually check for it in the settings section > System > System update. After installing the Android 13 beta update, you must reboot your phone before you can begin testing the newest Android 13 beta version on your Pixel phone.
Google has devoted a microsite to revealing which devices are eligible for Android 13 beta. Simply go to "developer.android.com/about/versions/13/devices" to discover whether your smartphone is qualified.
If you are a OnePlus user, for example, clicking "Get the Beta" will take you to OnePlus' official forum page, where you will find links to flash Android 13 on your phone.
The beta updates are unstable and frequently contain several issues. So, if you use the device regularly and have no expertise in flashing custom ROMs, it is not suggested that you download it.
The Android beta versions are primarily intended for developers and experienced users who may provide comments and assist enhance the software experience.