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How to Install Android 13 On Android Devices

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If you are excited about the Android 13 experience, after Download Android 13 here is how to install Android 13 on Google Pixel devices as and other Android devices that support Android 13 from Google partners.

In this article, we will give you a detailed explanation about the following

  • How to install Android 13 Beta on a Google Pixel device 
  • How to install Android 13 Beta on a Google Partners devices

How to install Android 13 Beta on a Google Pixel device

After Download Android 13 For Google Pixel devices you will going to the next step to install Android 13 Beta on a Google Pixel device.

According to the Developers of Android you can install Android 13 Beta on a Google Pixel device as follow:

  • Enroll your device in the Android Beta for Pixel program.[s]
  • Flash or manually install a system image

1. Enroll your device in the Android Beta for Pixel program

The easiest way to get Android 13 on a supported Google Pixel device is to enroll your device in the Android Beta for Pixel program.

Enrolling is a simple and fast process, and it's highly recommended for early adopters and developers.

In most cases, you don't need to do a full reset of your data to move to the Android 13 Beta, but it’s recommended that you back up data before enrolling your device.

Once enrolled, your device will receive regular over-the-air (OTA) updates for the duration of the platform’s release cycle—including Quarterly Platform Releases (QPRs)—unless you opt out earlier.

During the Android Beta for Pixel program’s release cycle, there are four stable releases to the public (the official platform release followed by three Quarterly Platform Releases).

When you apply a stable release update, you can opt out of future Beta updates without a data wipe for a limited time (until you apply the next beta update, if you choose to do so).

2. Flash or manually install a system image

Alternatively, you can flash or manually install the latest Android 13 Beta build on your Pixel device.

The recommended way to flash Android 13 to a Pixel device is to use the Android Flash Tool from HERE.

If you'd rather flash your device manually, you can get an Android 13 system image for your device on the Pixel downloads page from HERE.

See the general instructions on the downloads page for how to flash a system image to your device.

This approach can be useful when you need more control over testing, such as for automated testing or regression testing.

Android 13 Beta images are available for the following Google Pixel devices:

  • Pixel 4 + Pixel 4 XL
  • Pixel 4a + Pixel 4a (5G)
  • Pixel 5 + Pixel 5a
  • Pixel 6 + Pixel 6 Pro


Once you've flashed a Developer Preview or Beta build to a supported Pixel device, you're automatically enrolled in over-the-air updates of all subsequent Developer Preview and Beta builds through the final release.

How to install Android 13 Beta on a Google Partners devices


After Download Android 13 For Google Partners devices you will going to the next step to install.

Here are 2 methods you should follow any of them to install Android 13 Beta for you Devices. 

  • The general method
  • Visiting each partner's site

First method: The general method

1. From the table below download links official Generic System Image packages Android 13 Beta.

                     ARM64+GMS         HERE
         x86_64         HERE
          ARM64         HERE


You should download the appropriate version based on your device’s architecture.

To see which architecture your device has, run the following command:
    adb shell getprop ro.product.cpu.abi

2. To avoid any fails During the installation verify the (SHA-256) checksum of the file you have downloaded to ensure that the file has been downloaded completely and correctly.

3. Extract downloaded .zip file, Then copy and paste the resultant files (system.img + vbmeta.img) onto your ADB and fast-boot folder on your computer for convenience.

4. Enable USB Debugging on your phone.

Here is how to make it:

Go to Settings > About Phone > Tap “Phone Builder” 7 times.

  • For example if you own Xiaomi Smart phone you will find “Phone Builder” is (MIUI versions). 
  • You may asked to enter your pattern, PIN or password to enable Developer Options

After tapping 7 times on your “Phone Builder” Back again to Settings > Developer Options > Enable “USB Debugging”. 

5. Connect your phone to your computer.

Authorize your computer connection on your phone when the prompt comes up on your phone, if this is the first time you are connecting with this ADB computer.

6. reboot your phone into Fast-boot mode.

On your computer do the following: Run adb reboot bootloader  This will reboot your phone into Fast-boot mode.

  • Make sure that the boot-loader of the target device unlocked beforehand.

7. Disable Android Verified Boot (AVB).

To disable Android verified boot, run the following command:

fast-boot flash vbmeta vbmeta.img 

8. We recommended to Enter the following to wipe the system partition: fastboot erase system 

9. Flash the Android 13 GSI: fastboot flash system system.img

10. Allow the image to flash, it could take a few minutes.

Once that’s done, wipe the user-data partition: fastboot -w

11. Finally, reboot your device: fastboot reboot

Second method: Visiting each partner's site

See the following List of Google partner for a list of their devices that are eligible for Android 13 Beta and for details about which Beta builds are available.

We added their official sites for updates and support, see the resources that each device-maker has linked on their Android 13 Beta site.

1. Xiaomi



4. Realme

5. Nokia


7. OnePlus

8. Lenovo

9. Sharp

10. Vivo

11. ZTE

You can learn how to install Android 13 Beta by visiting each partner's site.

Each partner provides a system image that you can download and flash. Some partners might also support over-the-air (OTA) delivery.

Each partner provides support resources to guide you through the installation process.

Each Android 13 Beta partner provides its own channel for reporting issues found on their supported Beta devices.

We highly recommend using each partner's feedback channel to report bugs and feedback that are specific to their devices.

You Can use the Get the Beta link on the Android 13 Beta devices page from HERE to jump to the partner's download and OTA information.

Important Notes:

  • You’ll need an eligible Pixel smartphone with an unlocked boot-loader to flash the system image using your computer.
  • There are also OTA files, which update your Pixel to the Developer Preview/Beta without an unlocked boot-loader.
    However, you still need to manually sideload the OTA package for the initial build.
  • Keep in mind that OEM Developer Preview builds are not fully compatible with the Google beta program.
  • The per-release builds of Android 13 are, of course, rough around the edges, so Google doesn’t want to make it too easy to install it on your daily driver.
  • You may not get periodic OTA updates on the preview channel like the Pixel, and a stable transition to beta (or vice versa) may require a clean flash. 
  • Usually, per-release configurations are completely bare-bones.


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