Earlier this week, Google began to deploy the final build of Android 13 for Pixel smartphones, but it soon became clear that many users instead of the long-awaited “trinashka” flew a large 2-GB update with the old Android 12. To quell the wave of criticism in its address, Google had to publish an official explanation. In it, the company reports that this is not a deployment error at all: this update is necessary for the transition to Android 13. This is confirmed by some users who have been able to install Android 13 after downloading this 2GB Android 12 package. However, you should not rush into the transition, because an error at the installation stage kills smartphones.
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