Google launches Android 13 downgrade 12 solution for the Pixel 6 series

Earlier this month, Google launched the official version of Android 13 for Pixel phones. However, Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, and Pixel 6A with custom Tensor chips cannot be flashed back to Android 12 after upgrading to the official version of Android 13 due to a bootloader update.

Today, Google provided a downgrade solution for these three mobile phones and uploaded the developer support versions of Android 12 and Android 12L. This version is only for software developers and can be downgraded from Android 13 to Android 12.

However, this version is a special adaptation version that cannot receive OTA security updates, and the security patches on board are not the latest, so it is not suitable for ordinary users. Google will start pushing the Android 13 QPR1 Beta version update in September, lasting until March 2023, followed by the Android 14 beta version. Google also removed the list of compatible devices from the website, and users had to log in to see if their device was supported.

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