Google launched Android 13 by way of a beta channel for qualified Pixel smartphones. Google Pixel smartphone is one of the major devices, that gets updates before everyone. Device users are also eligible to test the upcoming version of Android via the public beta program. Whereas, you can even roll back the beta to the Android stable version.
Developer Beta version is usually made to help app developers in discovering and solving issues. But what if you have mistakenly installed a developer Beta version and you are unable to downgrade your Pixel device back to the stable Android version? And if an update brings one such bug that you can’t deal with? Fortunately, Rolling back your Google Pixel device to a stable version is uncomplicated.
How to roll back beta to Android stable version
- Visit the Android Beta Program Page
- Click on View your eligible devices to check the beta enrolled Pixel devices
- Choose the Opt-out for the device you need to remove from the beta program
- The device will receive a new update in 24 hours. Or you can also head towards Settings> System> System update> Check for update on your mobile to check whether the update is available
- If OTA arrives, install it on your smartphone
- You are Done
The OTA will abolish all your data during the flashing process, from the device. So make sure to have a backup of your data. On the other hand, When you enroll in the stable release update for the version you are beta testing, you can opt-out without a data wipe for a particular period until you put in the next beta update.