A bug came out: a random owner of Pixel 4 received an update with Android 13

It's no secret that Google is completely incapable of keeping secrets: either the Pixel Watch will be lost in a cafe, or the early prototypes of the Pixel 7 Pro

have to be blocked.An equally interesting situation happened to one of the owners of the Pixel 4, who received a notification about the availability of the next update. Without going into details, he launched the update process, but as a result, he discovered that the smartphone switched to Android 13 (build TP1A.220603.002.A1), the full release of which will take place only in the fall. At the same time, the owner assures that he was not a member of the Android 13 beta testing program.

An unpleasant feature of the update wasfailed payment system Google Pay. Even more unpleasant was the fact that resetting to factory settings is not able to solve the situation. This build is supposed to be for Android internal testing by 13 Google employees, which was accidentally deployed to a number of devices.

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