Good news for Nothing Phone 1 users, Nothing has introduced the Android 13 Open beta for Nothing Phone 1. The open beta program allows users to test Nothing Phone 1’s Android 13 update before it is released to the public. Here is How To Join Android 13 open beta on Nothing Phone 1.
A limited number of users can get the Android 13 beta application. Nothing has not stated the actual number of seats available; however, people who apply early will have a better chance. The Early Access beta application opens on 1st December with no time restriction; however, a limited number of seats are available.
Before you proceed
Here are a few things you should know before proceeding.
- Make sure your Nothing Phone 1 has a 60%+ battery to prevent an accidental shutdown in between the process.
- It may erase your data, so it is advisable to take a complete backup of your phone for the safer side.
- Please ensure that the device has sufficient available phone storage. Otherwise, there will be a risk of update failure.
- Make sure your phone is not rooted.
How To Join Android 13 Open Beta on Nothing Phone 1
To join Nothing OS 1.5 Open Beta program, you must fill out the form with the necessary information, including your device IMEI number. After Nothing confirms your application, the Nothing team reviews your application. And if your application pass is valid and seats are available, you will receive an OTA update shortly on your smartphone.
You will receive a software update notification, or you can navigate to Settings >> Software update to check if it is already available.
- Open Phone Settings.
- Scroll Down and tap on System and Updates.
- Click on Software update and tap Check for Updates.
- If the new update is available, click on Download and Install. This will install the Android 13 open beta update on Nothing Phone 1.
Register for Nothing Phone 1 Android 13 Open Beta Update
If you use your Nothing Phone 1 on a daily basis, we do not recommend registering in Nothing Phone 1’s Android 13 open beta program. This is due to the build may contain bugs that may have an impact on day-to-day use. If you want to proceed, fully back up your data before starting the installation.