Pixel 6a Android 13

Pixel 6a Android 13 Update Status: Beta Program Released

You can now install Android 13 beta on the Pixel 6a

Google recently launched the Pixel 6a at Google I/O 2022. The first batch of Pixel 6a devices was sold recently in many countries, including India. The new budget Pixel received its first OTA update, which brought the June security patch to the table. The device was also recently made eligible for the Android 13 Beta program.

Android 13 Beta program has been available for a number of Pixel devices since early 2022. Now, Google has officially launched the Android 13 beta program for its new Pixel 6a phone. As with all the previous versions of Android, this newer one comes with a new launcher, app drawer and many other features.

If you have recently purchased a Google Pixel 6a smartphone, you might want to keep an eye on the latest version of Android. The new update is expected to be released later this month, bringing some significant changes. The latest beta update for Google Pixel 6a (Android 13) will allow users to take advantage of new features and improve performance further than ever before.


Google Pixel 6a Android 13 Update

For instance, Android 13 Beta 4.1 is the latest version available for public testing. As for the stable build, Google usually releases the stable build of Android versions in August or September each year. We can expect a similar time frame this year as well. This could mean that the Pixel 6a will get one Beta update and then jump to the stable build. This, by any means, is not a bad thing. However, we are not sure if Google has plans to release another Android 13 beta for the Pixel 6a.

How to Install the Android 13 Beta on the Pixel 6a?

While being able to try out the latest Android version and its features may seem cool, it is highly risky to install and test out Beta updates. However, if you still want to take the risk and install the Android 13 Beta on your Pixel 6a, here’s how you can do it.

  • Visit the Android Beta Webpage and check for eligible devices associated with your Google Account.

Note: If you cannot see your Pixel 6a on the list, you might be using two different Google accounts on the website and your phone. In this case, try using the same Google account on the webpage and your phone.

  • Once you see your phone on the list, select ‘opt-in’, and your Pixel 6a will receive an OTA update in a few minutes.
  • Download and install the OTA update on your Pixel 6a and enjoy the Android 13 Beta.

About Mehtab Ansari

Mehtab Ansari is a contributing writer to DealNTech. At DealNTech he covers Mobile and Android related news. One of the things he loves to do is explain to people how they can use technology for their benefit. Email: [email protected]

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