Realme has finally announced the Android 13 Open Beta program for its Realme 9 Pro and Realme 9 Pro+ devices in India to let the users experience the latest Android OS and Realme UI 3.0 before the stable build is rolled out to the public. The latest Android 13 Open Beta update an be downloaded upon enrolling for the trial version.
Realme 9 Pro, Realme 9 Pro+ Receiving Android 13 Open Beta Update In India
The latest Android 13 update has finally arrived as part of Realme’s Open Beta program for the Realme 9 Pro and Realme 9 Pro+. For the Realme 9 Pro users, the device should currently be running software with firmware version RMX3471_11_A.42, RMX3471_11_A.43, RMX3471_11_A.44, or RMX3471_11_A.45. If, on the other hand, you own a Realme 9 Pro+, your device should be on the build number RMX3392_11.A.12, RMX3392_11.A.13, or RMX3392_11.A.14 in order for it to be able to receive the latest update.
Readers must keep in mind that unlike the stable builds, beta updates have a tendency of containing bugs, which might hamper the overall user experience. So, if you are using the Realme 9 Pro or the Realme 9 Pro+ as your primary device, it is better to avoid the update and wait for the stable release. However, if you can’t wait for the stable build and want to try it out right away, make sure that you are aware of what you are doing.
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It is advisable to keep a backup of your important information before updating the device. Moreover, your device should have at least 5GB of free storage and 60% battery to be able to install the update. You can download the Android 13 Open Beta update for the Realme 9 Pro from here and the Realme 9 Pro+ from here.
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