Google wants Pixel users running the QPR2 Beta 1 update to report their experience with the update
Surveys only take minutes of your life
Google writes: “Dear Beta users, we would love to hear your feedback on the latest version of Android 13 on Pixel devices. This *anonymous* survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. Please fill in only if your Pixel device is running the Android 13 QPR2 Beta build, which can be verified by visiting the following URL: setting>About the phone If your build starts with “T2B”.
Android 13 QPR2 stable release planned for March 6, 2023
Unless you’re really fed up after installing the beta (which is an unstable version), you should wait until March 6th when the stable version is due to be released. Trying to opt out of the beta program before installing the stable version will force you to wipe your Pixel. It doesn’t mean using a polishing cloth to increase the shine. Reverting the OS to a stable version requires deleting all data from the device.
But wait until March 6th, or whenever Google releases a stable version, go back to the Android Beta Program website and[対象デバイスを表示]to tap[オプトアウト]Tap. However, if you want to participate in the beta program, please do not do this until a stable version is installed on your phone. This writer has done this several times without issue. Therefore, if you wish to participate in the Beta Program, please do not use fear of exiting the program as an excuse not to participate.
Android 13 QPR2 Beta 1 update experience on Pixel 6 Pro is fine. Battery life wasn’t great, and some apps like LinkedIn didn’t launch consistently, but overall it was nothing to worry about.