Google forgot something important

Android 13 Beta 3.1 is introduced a week later and with just one improvement, now including the ‘Android Beta Feedback’ app that was supposed to be there from the start.

No time to digest Android 13 Beta 3 -many will surely not even have it installed on their compatible mobiles-, it seems that Google has already wanted to make Beta 3.1 of the next major Android update available to users, and also showed commitment after inserting a single new feature in its changelog.

They didn’t have too much time in Mountain View to have the development of an Android 13 evaluated which is already heading towards its stable and final versions, but it is true that in Android 13 Beta 3 there was a rather significant flaw since Google had not installed the ‘Android Beta Feedback’ application from which firmware testers can report benefits, bugs and improvements.

Android 13 is approaching its final version: the third beta is now available.

This is precisely the only novelty of this new 3.1 beta that has just been released, and it is that as they told us on HDBlog, perhaps Google wanted to avoid the delay in the appearance of Android 13 Beta 3 even knowing the stream app wasn’t ready, now releasing it in a minor update that’s already being released.

Android 13 beta 3.1

The Android 13 Beta 3.1 package weighs just 6.31MB.

For some reason, it looks like Google forgot to add the “Android Beta Feedback” app from which test users can report bugs and improvements to the development team.

Android 13 Beta 3 is now downloadable: all the news and compatible mobiles

In fact, it is that the typical optimization and general stability improvements are usually included, although nothing is mentioned in this case, with such a fast and light update package, it weighs only 6.31 MB, which we understand will not yield much more than has been commented on with the addition of this important application for the efficient development of Android 13.

The new compilation responds to the code TPB3.220513.017.B1 and is available for all compatible models, first and foremost some Google Pixel phones that we now list:

  • Pixel 4
  • Pixel 4XL
  • Pixel 4a
  • Pixel 4a 5G
  • Pixel 5
  • Pixel 5a
  • Pixel 6
  • Pixel 6 Pro

If you have ever worried in the beta program of Android 13, you will soon receive it on your phones via OTA, and for the rest you will have to wait a bit while these users beta testers, now yes, you can comment with Google in the feedback app what bugs they’ll find and what improvements will be included in the final, stable builds of the next major Android update.

All mobiles that have avoided updating to Android 13

Related Topics: Android 13

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