Google Pixel devices to get Android 13 Software Update

Google Pixel devices to get Android 13 Software Update Overview

Get ready to dig into Android 13 Google has officially started the update rollout via stable channel. For lucky owners of the Google Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 5a, Pixel 5, Pixel 4a 5G, or Pixel 4a, you’ll be among the first users to see what Android 13 QPR1 has to offer. Alongside the supported Google Pixel devices, Android 13 is also available for a wide range of devices from different OEMs through Developer Preview programs.This month, all supported Pixel devices running Android 12 will receive the Android 13 software update, which begins rolling out for most users today. The rollout will continue over the next few weeks depending on the carrier. Users will receive a notification once the OTA becomes available for their device

Features of Android 13 Software Update

The main features of Android 13

  • Add option to toggle haptic feedback for touch interaction while silent mode is active
  • General improvements for fingerprint performance, stability and reliability
  • General improvements for fingerprint unlock in different lighting conditions
  • Fix for issue causing Gboard to display over text field while typing in certain conditions
  • Fix for issue causing white bar to display at the bottom of the Google feed in the launcher under certain conditions
  • Fix for issue hiding some recent pictures from attachment picker in Messages
  • Stability and compatibility improvements with certain apps in Android 13
  • Stability improvements for device restore or transfer during setup in certain scenarios
  • General improvements for Wi-Fi stability and performance in certain conditions

Google Pixel Android 13 Software Update

The easiest way to get Android 13 QPR1 on a Pixel device is to enroll your device in the Android Beta for Pixel program. Enrolling is a simple and fast process, and it’s highly recommended for developers and early adopters. In most cases, you don’t need to do a full reset of your data to install an Android 13 QPR beta build, but it’s recommended that you back up data before enrolling your device. After you have enrolled, your device is offered continuous over-the-air (OTA) updates to the latest beta builds (including QPRs) until you choose to unroll that device from the program.

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