After the stable update and QPR1 preview in September, you can withdraw from the Android 13 Beta without deleting your device.

After installing the update, users in the Android Beta Program can de-enroll their devices from the program. The stable version of Android 13 is starting to roll out to Pixel phones today.

A modest OTA update (31.96MB on the Pixel 6 Pro) to the stable version will be provided to users on Android 13 Beta 4.1. You can visit , locate your phone, and click Opt out after downloading and installing that update (final build numbers are shown below).

Pixel 4-5a: TP1A.220624.014 Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro: TP1A.220624.021 Pixel 6a: TP1A.220624.021.A1 Before participating in the first Android 13 feature drop beta, you can withdraw at any time. Given that this will be the Android 13 QPR1 Beta in September, you are not need to do so right away. When QPR1 comes out of beta in December, you’ll have another opportunity to leave the test program before the subsequent preview.

There is a window of time to unenroll without wiping your smartphone if you would rather return to the public stable track of Android 13 and leave the beta program. Before running the initial Android 13 QPR beta update in September, kindly update and install the official Android 13 release, followed by unenroll . This will guarantee that your device won’t be erased during opt-out.

Android 13 Beta unenroll
Android 13 Beta unenroll

The following Android 13 beta updates will be delivered to your Pixel device automatically starting in September if you do nothing and maintain it registered in the beta program.

Google is still using the Android Beta Program to test quarterly feature drops, same like last year. Compared to major OS releases, they should be rather stable, but those who wish to avoid instability should choose the stable channel and only use the monthly security patches containing bug fixes.

All user data on the device will be erased in accordance with program rules if you choose to leave the program after installing the September beta update until the next window of opportunity opens in December.

With the general release of the Android June QPR and Pixel Feature Drop in June 2023, Google has already stated that the Android 13 beta program will come to an end.

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