The first Android 13 developer preview release dropped in mid-February, like clockwork. As in previous years, the first beta of a new Android OS targets developers. Regular Android users should stay away from it, and wait for the first public beta that arrives around the Google I/O conference. This year, Google is doing things a little differently. The first Android 13 public beta download is already here for Pixel 6 and other Pixel devices a couple of weeks before I/O 2022.
More interestingly, the beta isn’t restricted to Pixel devices. Google provides the tools that will allow other Android users to install the Android 13 public beta on their devices. The first public release is more stable than the developer preview, but you should still expect bugs ahead. That’s to say that running beta releases on daily drivers might not always be in your best interest.
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