Google collects feedback on Android 13 QPR1 beta 1


A new beta version of Android 13 started about two weeks ago This time it’s about the Quarterly Update (QPR), which will be released for Android 13 for the first time in December. It also has a pixel feature drop at the start. First, however, it’s about basic firmware.

After these two weeks, Google now wants to know from us how well the firmware is already behaving in everyday life on Pixel cell phones. In fact, it’s fair to say that this beta certainly has nothing to do with a shaky judgment. In contrast, the software runs very stable on my Pixel 6 Pro.

If you want to fully participate, you can submit your feedback on Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 now. I will definitely continue this in the coming days.

Note: Google has been offering one for quite some time Beta program for Android Turn on. Additionally, current Pixel cell phone owners can wirelessly and easily download the current test version to their device. Still, one should keep in mind that betas are never bug-free and cannot necessarily be recommended for everyday use.


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