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 Here is how to get the Android 13 update on your Pixel: Is it Worth to Buy it

Here is how to get the Android 13 update on your Pixel: Is it Worth to Buy it

How to get the Android 13 update on your Pixel. On August 15th, 2022, Google declared that the Android 13 upgrade would begin trickling out to the Pixel family of devices. However, as is typical with Android updates, this doesn’t guarantee that your Pixel device (Pixel 4 or later) will automatically receive the update. There may be a delay of many weeks before the update is available on every device thanks to Google. There is the more complicated but computer-free option of using Android’s developer tools on a Mac or PC and a USB cord to sideload the update immediately. If you’re using a Pixel device that’s eligible for software updates but you keep getting the “no updates available” message, try this workaround.

How to get the Android 13 update on your Pixel

IS THE ANDROID 13 UPDATE WORTH IT?

I’m here to tell you that upgrading to Android 13 from Android 12 won’t result in any major changes to your phone. You’ll find a few new options in unexpected places, and the media player in the system tray has been given a facelift. To a considerable extent, though, it is identical in appearance and operation to Android 12 on Pixel smartphones. This includes the availability of theme customization.

Having tested beta versions of Android 13, we can report that we have not seen any major flaws that would make you regret updating. It’s safe to upgrade for the vast majority of people, while there are a few technical changes that users of specific apps should be aware of (Mishaal Rahman compiled a helpful list of 50 essential changes in this Reddit post).

INVITE YOU TO JOIN THE ANDROID BETA PROGRAM

The first step is to sign up for the Android Beta programme, which has been available to developers and risk-taking Pixel owners all summer long. However, as Android 13 has reached its final release stage, signing up at this time will not result in your receiving a beta version. You may expect the same Android version that Google is gradually releasing to all users.

Also, you can access the Android Beta program’s website from any browser-enabled device, including your phone, by signing in with the same Google account.

You can start by clicking the “view eligible devices” tab up top. If you tap it, the page should scroll down to see your Pixel phone.

Next, select “Opt in” to begin beta testing. A popup will appear asking you to confirm your enrollment and agree to the program’s terms and conditions before you can begin.

How to get the Android 13 update on your Pixel

DO THE ANDROID 13 UPDATE INSTALLATION

After you have added your phone to the beta programme, open the settings menu and navigate to System > System Update. We anticipate seeing Android 13 soon. To begin the installation, tap the button that appears.

CANCEL YOUR ANDROID BETA ACCOUNT

When you’re ready to leave the Android Beta programme after installing the update (which may take a while, depending on the speed of your internet connection and the number of apps you have on your phone), head back to the site and select the “Opt out” button next to your device’s image.

If you are using beta software and decide to leave the testing programme, Google will send you an upgrade that will completely erase all of your data and revert your phone to a stable version. However, since the Android 13 installation you just performed is the official stable release, this will not occur.

This concludes your installation of Android 13 ahead of whatever random queue Google placed you in. This is only temporary, though, and will stop working once Google rolls out its next beta version (likely in September). At that time, if you leave the beta programme after installing that build, your phone will be deleted and reverted to the stable version of Android 13.

We’ve generally noticed that this method is necessary for Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones. It seems the update rolls out more frequently to Pixel 4 and 5 devices. It’s important to remember that once you update your Pixel 6 or 6 Pro to Android 13, you can never go back to Android 12.

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How to get the Android 13 update on your Pixel

FAQs:

Q1: How do I install Android 13 Pixel 6a?

After you have added your phone to the beta programme, open the settings menu and navigate to System > System Update. We anticipate seeing Android 13 soon. To begin the installation, tap the button that appears.

Q2: How can I obtain Pixel update rolls out?

Tutorial on finding and installing the most recent version of Android. The Android version and status of any available security updates for your Pixel phone may be checked in the Settings menu. When new versions become available, you will be notified. In addition, you may see if there have been any recent changes or updates.

Q3: What is the most recent version of Android for Google Pixel?

Pixel 6 comes in Stormy Black, Kinda Coral, and Sorta Seafoam; Pixel 6 Pro, in Stormy Black, Cloudy White, and Sort of Sunny.

Operating system: Android 12, with minimum 3 years of main OS support and 5 years of security update coverage.

Q4: Will the Google Pixel 3a be updated to Android 13?

Older Pixel smartphones such as Pixel 3 and 3a are not eligible for the Android 13 update. Take a look at what’s new and what you’ll receive below:

Q5: What version do pixels have?

The settings menu on your Google Pixel phone is where you’ll find the information you need to determine the exact model of your device. Select “About Phone” > “Settings” > “Model Number.” Information about your device, including its IMEI, serial number, and Android version, will be displayed here.

Jennie Marquez

Jennie Marquez

Jennie is a Staff writer, contributor and has been writing about tech for over a decade. Jennie’s work at trendblog is to specialize in phones and tablets, but she also takes on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. She is based in London, UK.
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