Android 13 is no longer just for developers, here’s the first beta version

Google has just released Android 13 Beta 1. If you have a Pixel and are inspired, you can install the first beta of a future major version of Android.

Since February, Android 13 has become a reality. The next major version of Google’s OS was in its developer preview stage while waiting for Google to launch a beta. This Tuesday, April 26, 2022, Google has just deployed Android 13 Beta 1.

As a reminder, Google is planning 13 major releases of Android 6 over the next few months ahead of a mainstream launch. If you want to quickly install Android 13 beta 1 on your Pixel 4 (XL), Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, you can now.

How to Install Android 13 Beta 1?

Android 13 beta 1 is very easy to install, unlike the Developer Preview builds. If you have one of the compatible pixels, see above, the easiest way is Register for the Android Beta Program, You’ll simply click the “Activate” button on this page to sign up, then wait for Google to push Android 13 to your device. Future updates will be available OTA (over-the-air), i.e. directly on your device without a PC.

Android 13 is no longer just for developers, here's the first betaKeep in mind that this version is probably unstable, so we do not recommend installing Android 13 beta 1 on a device daily. If you start installing it, back up your data. We’ll come back in detail on the beta’s new features in this file, in the meantime, you can give us your first impressions in the comments.

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