Here is how you can apply for Realme 9 pro Android 13 Beta update India

Realme launched its Realme 9 pro smartphone in early 2022. It came with Realme UI 3.0 based on the Android 12 operating system.

And now the company has announced its Android 13 open Beta program for Realme 9 pro users in India. It will be a broader rollout not unlike the early access version.

Interested users can apply for it and after a quick verification, their device will get an OTA update of Android 13-based Realme UI 4.0 update.

Here is the Realme 9 Pro Android 13 open Beta update Application Procedure:-

In order to apply for the program users need to ensure that their Realme 9 Pro is updated to one of the following firmware versions:-

RMX3471_11_A.42, RMX3471_11_A.43,

RMZ3471_11_A.44, RMX3471_11_A.45

And if the criteria are right then users willing to apply for the Android 13 open Beta program can head over to:

Settings>Software Update

>Tap on the settings icon

>Trial version

>Submit your details

> Apply now.

But after updating the Realme 9 Pro to Android 13 Open Beta, you will not be able to access file directories, even with Realme File Manager. This is an Android 13 feature that Google introduced in order to protect user data security and privacy.

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