- The Open Beta version of Android 13 is now available for the Realme GT Neo 3T in India.
- From the update menu on the phone, customers can sign up for the beta update.
- Users of the Realme GT Neo 3T need to make sure that at least 5GB of storage is free and that the battery is charged to 60%.
Realme has said that the Realme GT Neo 3T will get the Android 13 open beta update in the country. The company says that customers will be able to try out new features first through the Open Beta program before the stable Android 13 release comes out. Realme UI 3.0 said to improve functionality, smoothness, customizability, security, and privacy, which are very important to a smartphone user in the age of mobile internet connectivity. With “Fluid Space Design and Sketchpad AOD,” the update said to give the site a new look (always on display). Follow our website, Newsyblogy, for the latest updates!!!!!
Realme says that the open beta version will chosen as the stable version and given to all customers. Users can’t have their phones “rooted,” and the company recommends that users back up any personal data before installing the open beta, so they don’t lose it.
Realme GT Neo 3T Android 13 open beta
Realme GT Neo 3T users must have RMX3371 11.A.08 firmware. Go to Settings > Software update > Hit on the settings button in the upper right corner > Trial Version > Submit your details > and then tap Apply Now for the beta update.
Realme warns users that some third-party apps might not work with Android 13 yet, which means they might not be available or might cause the device to crash. Before starting the beta update, make sure that all of your apps are up to date with the latest version from the Google Play Store. Since this is an open beta, the build might need to be ready for everyday use.
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Realme also says that users should ensure that their phones have more than 5GB of free space so that updates don’t fail. At least 60% of the phone’s battery should charged. The company also says that only some applicants might get the update because of things like network communication and changes in strategy. Customers who don’t like the update can roll back to Android 12, but their data will lost, and they won’t be able to go back to the Open Beta version. You can learn more about the GT Neo 3T beta program by going to the Realme community forum.
Realme has been pushing hard for its phones to get the Android 13 beta program. In India, the company has also released the Android 13 Open Beta program for the Realme 9 Pro, Realme 9 Pro+, Realme 9i, Realme GT, GT Neo 2, and Realme Narzo 50, in addition to the Realme GT Neo 3T. Realme also announced on Tuesday that the Realme GT 2 was getting the stable Android 13 update.