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      Android 13 Beta 1 Released by Google for Select Google Pixel Devices | Details Inside

      Android 13 Beta 1 was release for eligible Google Pixel devices, and it will also be available as an update for developer preview versions. Google’s primary focus while developing Android 13 has privacy and security.

      Google has introduce new features to Android such as selective media file access permissions and improved error reporting.

      This build also brings a plethora of developer-orient features like the new notifications permissions, photo picker, theme app icon designer, per-app language support, and more.

      Google has even adds support for Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) audio and MIDI 2.0 over USB.

      Google announce the release of the Android 13 Beta 1 via an official blog post.

      This build introduces a new set of media file access permissions for images, video files, and audio files.

      Apps can storage permissions grant access to all media files.

      The Keystore and KeyMint error reporting has improve to provide detail and accurate reports.

      The Android 13 Beta 1 features new audio route APIs design to aid developers in determining the best audio format for their audio track.

      Google has also share a development roadmap for Android 13.

      As it expects to achieve a stable build of this operating system by June 2022.

      The final build might be release in the latter half of 2022.

      Google has confirm that it will share more information regarding Android 13 at the coming Google I/O event.

      Android 13 Beta 1 Compatible Devices :

      • Google Pixel 4, 
      • Google Pixel 4 XL, 
      • Google Pixel 4a, 
      • Google Pixel 4a 5G, 
      • Google Pixel 5, 
      • Google Pixel 5a, 
      • Google Pixel 6,
      • Google Pixel 6 Pro.

      You can download this version from the developer website.

      This beta build will also work on the Android Emulator.

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      You will get this version via an OTA update if you already have the previous developer preview version install.

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