Download Android 13 for Pixel Phones (Stable)

It all began in February this year with the first Android 13 developer previews. And later another developer preview was released before the public beta. There has been four major Android 13 public beta until the stable update. The stable Android 13 is now official. Google announced the stable android 13 update for Pixel 4 and newer Pixel phones. If you have a supported Pixel phone, you can download the Android 13 factory Image and OTA Image to skip the waiting time.

Operating systems for mobile devices are getting better day by day. And, when an OS like Android has a huge market share globally, its users want to see more important features like security and privacy as a reason to adopt the OS. Google has and continues to bring around essential security and privacy features to its OS.

Google introduced Android 13 at the Google I/O event. As always, Google shared a roadmap for the upcoming Android 13 a long back. And as per the roadmap, Google officially kicked off the Android 13 beta build to the public in April. Later Google released Android 13 Beta 2, Android 13 Beta 3, and Android 13 Beta 4. And after long testing, the stable Android 13 goes live for Pixel phones. Here you get to download Android 13 for Pixel phones.

Update: Google has finally released the stable Android 13 for Pixel devices. This means if you have a eligible Pixel phone, you can enjoy the Android 13 features right away. Download links have been updated for the Android 13 Stable.

Android 13 is focused on security and privacy features along with a new photo picker (which will eventually be available to devices running Android 11 and newer). There are also improvements in the new Material You UI designs, the ability to change the language of any app, and even themed icons that adjust to the system-wide dark mode or light mode selection.

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The second developer preview brings notification permission requests along with some developer-side changes. Talking about the first beta, then it goes live with More granular permissions for media file access, Better error reporting in Keystore and KeyMint, Anticipatory audio routing, and improvements over the developer preview builds.

These are just some early details about Android 13. However, if you are curious to try and see the new changes in Android 13, let’s take a look at the third beta downloads that are currently available.

Download Android 13 for Pixel Phones

The greatest thing about owning an Android device and more particularly a Google Pixel device is that you can easily get access to developer preview builds that can be sideloaded to your compatible device.

The developer previews are the first early and non-stable builds of Android 13. Gradually within two months of the developer preview release, the beta version of Android 13 is now rolling out. And finally, after 4 beta releases, the stable version of the OS will be released globally. The stable Android 13 is finally out.

Before you begin downloading the Android 13 update, here are a few things you need to keep in mind.

  • Make a backup of all your data that is present on your device to either a cloud storage service like Google Drive or to your PC.
  • All of your data will be erased when you are sideloading the developer preview.
  • None of the builds mentioned below are stable. There can be bugs that range from minor issues to ones that could be unbearable.
  • Keep a copy of the latest stable version of Android for your device available. You might need to roll back to it if things go bad.
  • Beta is available only for Google Pixel devices starting from Pixel 4 and all the devices released including the Pixel 6 Pro.

Download Android 13 Stable

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Once you have downloaded the right developer preview for your Google Pixel device, you can follow our guide on how to install and sideload stable Android 13 onto your Google Pixel device.

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