Google is asking for your initial Android 13 beta 1 input.

With version 11 in 2020, Google started asking participants in the Android Beta Program for input. After leaving the developer preview stage for Android 13 last week, the Beta 1 feedback survey is now open was released this evening.

We’d want to hear your thoughts on Android 13 on your Pixel device as of late. It should take five minutes to accomplish this anonymous survey .

Only those who have Beta 1 installed on their device should complete this poll (TPB1.220310.029). By heading to Settingsandgt;About Phone, you may confirm this.

Users are first asked to authenticate their device and the version they are running in the Android 13 Beta 1 survey. This teaches us that Google secretly published an A1 build for the Pixel 5a only some time last week.

Users are asked to score their satisfaction in a number of areas, including Stability, Performance, Battery, Device Temperature, Camera, Bluetooth, Call Quality, Messaging, WiFi Connectivity, Data Connectivity, App Experience, and Authentication (Face/Fingerprint) (wired charging, wireless charging).

A feedback survey question is then asked, asking if you would suggest Android 13 Beta 1 in its current state to others and, on a scale of 1 to 5, how happy you are overall with the software experience on this version of Android.

The next step is to indicate your top problem area. Depending on your decision, you can elaborate on the issue and mention how it affects the overall experience. The ever-popular additional input on your experience field is the last option.

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