For Pixel owners, the Android 13 Beta 4 feedback poll is now available.

Google announced the formal release of Android 13 Beta 4 last week, but until then, Pixel users can provide input on what should be the last survey .

Only those who have Beta 4 installed on their device should complete this poll ( TPB4.220624.005 ). By heading to Settingsandgt;About Phone, you may confirm this.

As usual, this Android 13 Beta 4 poll begins by asking participants to confirm their phone’s operating system and version. Following that, you are prompted to score your level of satisfaction with the following features: stability, performance, battery, device temperature, camera, Bluetooth, call quality, messaging, WiFi connectivity, data connectivity, app experience, authentication (face/fingerprint), and charging (wired charging, wireless charging).

The next section of the feedback poll asks you to rate your overall satisfaction with the software experience on this version of Android (from one to five), as well as how it compares to the previous preview, and if you’d recommend Android 13 Beta 4 to others in its current state.

The system user interface (problems with alerts, quick settings, home screen, gesture navigation) and audio experience (audio quality, device vibration) are also listed when you are asked to choose a top issue area.

Depending on your decision, you can elaborate on the issue and mention how it affects the overall experience. The survey is concluded with a further remark on your experience field.

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