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What’s wrong (or right) with Android 13 Beta 1? Google wants to hear from you

This is really more of a vibe check than a bug report

After two early developer preview builds, Google has released the first Android 13 beta to eligible Pixel phones. We’re still months away from a final release, but it’s already starting to take shape with several notable UI and privacy improvements building on what its predecessors as well as Android 12L did. However, as Google progresses in its development, it is eager to hear what you think.

As announced by the Android dev team on Reddit, the company has opened an anonymous survey asking for feedback on Android 13 Beta 1 and how it works for you. The survey will confirm which device you are running the beta with before asking how well the OS performs in a number of areas such as battery life, stability, device temperature and performance, as well as features like camera and Bluetooth. This survey is looking for general feedback more than major incidents, although you can report them through this form in addition to filling out a bug report or the beta feedback form.

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If you are actively trying out the latest Android 13 beta on your Pixel phone, your feedback would be greatly appreciated. Even if you don’t run into any major issues – we found this initial beta to be somewhat uneventful and people in this specific Reddit thread seem to have more or less the same thoughts – the company would like to know how well its users are getting are doing well as the development team continues to add new features, tweaks, and improvements to Android 13.

If you’re on the latest beta (version TPB1.220310.029, to be precise), be sure to take 5 minutes out of your schedule to complete this survey. Who knows if your specific contribution might end up saving us all a headache when the final version arrives?


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