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    How to get/install Android 13 OTA on Pixel faster without sideloading it

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    Google has released the stable Android 13 update for its eligible Pixel phones. The new software update is said to be seeded in batches.

    This means that if you are on Android 12 right now, you will not straight away get the update to Android 13 via OTA. You’ll either have to hit wait until it hits your device or manually sideload it.

    And while sideloading the software becomes a heck of a task and it might not be ideal for everyone, there’s an easy method using which you can get the Android 13 OTA faster on your Pixel device if you haven’t gotten it already.

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    If you enroll in the Android beta program on your Pixel phone, you’ll receive the stable version of Android 13 on your phone much faster than it arrives to you via OTA. Below are the steps to enroll in the Android  13 beta program.

    To enroll in the Android beta program follow the given steps:

    • Navigate any browser on your phone > Search the Android Beta program website > login to your Google account (same as your phone).
    • After login > Tap View eligible devices > scroll down and you will hopefully see your eligible Pixel phone.
    • Then click on Opt-in to join the Android 13 beta program on your Pixel phone > A window will pop up > agree to the program terms and conditions > then press confirm and enroll in the beta.

    Now to install the Android 13 update on Your Pixel 4 and above:

    Finally, you have enrolled in the Android 13 beta program. The company will soon kick off the stable Android 13 update via OTA on your Pixel phone. To check for updates navigate to Settings > System > System updates > Check for update.

    How to unenroll the Android 13 update on Google Pixel phones:

    If you own a Pixel 4 series or Pixel 5 series smartphone then you can unenroll the Android 13 update and remain on Android 12 just by following these steps:

    • Navigate any browser on your phone > Search the Android Beta program website > login to your Google account (same as your phone).
    • After login > Tap View eligible devices > scroll down and you will hopefully see your eligible Pixel phone.
    • Then click on Opt-out to leave the Android 13 beta program on your Pixel phone > A window will pop up  > then press confirm and unenroll in the beta.

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