Downgrade Android 13
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Google released Android 13 beta 2 last week for all the supported pixel devices and the update got some good reviews. But the update is still in beta as Google did not release Android 13 officially. So there are chances that the update may have some bugs and issues and is not ready to be a daily driver as of now. 

If you are someone who has installed the Android 13 beta on your Pixel device and you now want to downgrade it to the stable Android 12, then this guide is for you. Google allows users to downgrade their pixel devices from beta to the latest stable version so that users don’t face any further performance issues.

Here are the steps you need to follow in order to downgrade your Google Pixel device from Android 13 beta to the stable Android version. The steps are easy and simple so you need to not worry about any complications. Just make sure to back up your important data as the process will wipe all your data.

Downgrade Google Pixel devices from Android 13 Beta to Android 12 stable:

Step 1. Visit the Android Beta Program website. Log in with your Google account and see if you are rolled into the Android 13 beta program.

Step 2. Click on your Pixel device and you will see an opt-out button. Click on the opt-out button.

Step 3. Once you click on the opt-out button, you will see a pop-up dialog box confirming that you are leaving the beta program. After you confirm that you are leaving the beta program, you will receive an OTA update of the Stable Android version.

Step 4. Install the OTA update and it will wipe all your data and install a fresh stable Android OS.

Note: The OTA update you will receive is the publicly stable version of the latest Android OS which will be Android 12 as of now.

Experiencing difficulties with your Device, check out our “How To” page on how to resolve some of these issues.

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