Realme said that the open beta version will be selected as the stable version and will be available to all users. The company advises users not to root their phones and to back up any personal data before installing the open beta to avoid any data loss.
Realme GT Neo 3T Android 13 Open Beta
Upfront, Realme GT Neo 3T customers should be up to date RMX3371_11.A.08 firmware build. Those interested in trying out the open beta can do so by going here Settings > Software Update > Tap on the Settings icon in the top right corner > Trial version > Submit your details > Then tap Apply now for beta update.
Realme has warned users that some third-party applications may still not be compatible with Android 13, as they may not be available on the device or may crash. So it is better to update all the applications to the latest version available on the Google Play Store before proceeding with the beta update. Since this is an open beta program, the build may not be suitable for daily use.
Further, Realme said that users need to ensure that the available phone storage is more than 5GB to eliminate the risk of update failure. Phone battery should be at least 60 percent. The company clarified that due to factors such as network communication and strategy adjustment, not every applicant will receive the update. If customers don’t like the update, they can roll back to Android 12 but personal data will be deleted and they can’t go back to the open beta version once they roll back. Go to Realme Community Forum To know more details about GT Neo 3T Beta Program.
Realme is actively pushing the Android 13 beta program to its phones. Along with the Realme GT Neo 3T, the company has also launched the Android 13 Open Beta program. Realme 9 Pro, Realme 9 Pro+, Realme 9i, Realme GT, GT Neo 2 and Realme Narzo 50 In India. On Tuesday, Realme also announced that it is stable Android 13 update is available for Realme GT 2.
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