Google has released a new version for Android 13 that includes a minor but essential fix for the Beta 3 update. The update will bring back the Android Beta Feedback app, which was discovered to be missing in the third beta version for some users.
TPB3.220513.017.B1 is the new build number. This version should be very similar to the previous one. The repair that was stated earlier is an exception. The update will arrive over the air if you are using the Developer Preview or Beta build (OTA).
The Android Beta Feedback app is essential since it is the best way to report errors, request features, and provide feedback on the current beta or Developer Preview build. As a result, it’s easy to see why Google would want this to work when the Android 13 preview is running.
The OS has reached Platform Stability since the release of Beta 3. Developers will be able to begin testing their apps to verify complete compatibility after reaching this milestone. This will be the final push before Android 13 is released in its final form. For the time being, the Android 13 Beta is only available for the following devices:
Pixel 4 and 4 XL
Pixel 4a and 4a (5G)
Pixel 5 and 5a
Pixel 6 and 6 Pro
If interested, you can participate in the Android Beta for Pixel program to get the latest Android 13 update. The update should arrive via OTA once enrolled, making this the most convenient approach. There are more active techniques, such as manually flashing the system image to your compatible device to apply the update. Of course, you’ll want to back up your data before doing any of the above, as there’s always the risk of losing it.
Finally, if you don’t have access to a compatible device, you can always test the update using Android Studio’s emulator.
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