According to the plan, Google has officially published the first beta version of Android 13. The development of Android 13 has entered a new phase following the two Developer Previews, the first of which was released in February and the second of which was released in March. Unlike the Developer Preview, this Beta 1 is simple to install on Google Pixel smartphones that are supported.
Android 13 beta 1 includes all of the new features offered in the two previous Developer Previews, demonstrating consistent progress in improving the operating system’s functionality and stability.
Google already released Android 13 Developer previews in previous months. Android 13 is a small incremental upgrade to Android 12.1. So, Google according to the Developer Preview and Beta Schedule has released Beta 1 today. Android 13 codename is TIRAMISU.
Build number: TB1.220310.029
NOW with the help of Gsi images, we can experience Android 13 on several Oneplus devices.
Three methods to install the update are:
Method 1: Sideload Android 13 Beta 1 via Recovery and ADB
Method 2: Flashing full Factory Image via Fastboot
Method 3: Install Android 13 Beta1 GSI
A Windows PC
- fastboot flash boot_a boot.img
- fastboot flash boot_b boot.img
- fastboot -w flash system <your Treble ROMs name>.img
- fastboot –disable-verity –disable-verification flash vbmeta vbmeta.img
- fastboot reboot
If you guys want to see the video Installation guide, Follow below video guide Installation starts at 06:09Secs: Installation Video
Android 13 will be officially released in Q3 2022, according to Google’s plan, following two Developer Previews (steps already completed) and four betas (with the first beta released now). Only with the third beta, scheduled for June 2022, is the next version of the operating system expected to reach maturity in terms of stability: once stability is achieved, APIs (level 33, since Android 12L has level 32 APIs) for SDK and NDK, as well as system behaviors related to apps, will be finalized.
If you like our article then follow us on Google news, and Instagram, or join our Telegram Group. For the latest TechNews and Reviews, follow Techibee on Twitter and Facebook, and subscribe to our Youtube channel.