Google finally rolled out the Android 13 update for the Pixel 6 series devices just a day ago. Now, the preview version of the same has been rolled out to two flagship devices including iQOO 9 Pro and Vivo X80 Pro in India. Vivo made the announcement regarding the same recently. All the users of both devices will be supposed to sign up for the programme. After the successful signup, they will be receiving the Android 13 preview with the update that will be rolled out on August 23.
Not only this, there is a complete guideline for the installation of the Android 13 preview version. Moreover, the users have to keep in mind that the version is not a stable one, hence, issues can be expected in the interface and the working of the OS. To be precise, we can say that the preview version of Android 13 is meant for testing and the bugs already existing in the device can take a toll on your device. So our suggestion is that you should avoid installing the software on a phone you are using for daily life as it can hamper that.
Know how you can register for the Android 13 Preview programme?
- You can do the same by following the below-mentioned steps.
- Go to the settings of your Vivo X80 Pro and iQOO 9 Pro and then go to the System Update option.
- Now, tap the cogwheel icon followed by tapping the trial version written at the top. After that, you will be supposed to fill out the application form for the programme.
Note: The brand is only going to accept the first five hundred registrations for the Android 13 Preview programme. So if you want to be a part of the same, then you should hurry up and register for the same as soon as possible. Once you are done with everything, your device will be eligible to get the Funtouch OS 13 software that is scheduled to roll out on August 23.
Basic information regarding the same is that the Vivo X80 Pro must be running on the 12.0.127 system version to be eligible for the Android 13 update. Similarly, the iQOO 9 Pro should be on the 220.127.116.11 system version or above to be eligible for the Android 13 update.