Here’s how to download Android 13 Beta on your phone

Here’s how to download Android 13 Beta on your phone
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  • Here’s how you can download Android 13 Beta.
Google has officially announced its Android 13 software update at Google I/O 2022. Top flagship smartphones from OnePlus, Samsung, Oppo, and Realme will get the latest Android version.

The second beta version of Android 13 is now available for all Pixel smartphones. Google released the first Android 13 Beta update last month.

Get Android 13
The best way to get access to Android 13 is to enroll your device in the Android Beta for Pixel program. Once enrolled, your device will get regular over-the-air updates
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Also, you can manually install the Android 13 Beta on Pixel devices. Use Android Flash Tool to manually install. Click on the mentioned link and follow the general instructions to download Android 13 Beta.

Android 13 Beta is available for Pixel 4 and 4 XL, Pixel 4a and 4a (5G), Pixel 5 and 5a and Pixel 6 and 6 Pro.

You can also get Android 13 Beta on a partner device, ASUS, Lenovo, Nokia, OnePlus, OPPO, Realme, Sharp, TECNO, Vivo, Xiaomi, and ZTE by using an Android emulator.

Here’s how to set up Android emulator-
  1. Install and download the latest preview build here.
  2. Once installed, open Android Studio and click on Tools > SDK Manager.
  3. From the SDK Tools tab select the latest version of Android Emulator and click on OK.
  4. Follow the instructions to create a new Android Virtual Device (AVD) in AVD Manager.
  5. Once AVD is created, double click on Android 13 virtual device to launch it.
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