Following the presentation on Wednesday, Google opened the usual Android 12 Beta 3 survey for Pixel owners.
We’d like your feedback on the latest version of Android 12 on your Pixel. This * anonymous * survey will take you about 5-10 minutes.
Only complete the survey if Beta 3 (SPB3.210618.013) is installed on your Pixel device. You can check this in Settings> About phone.
Google, as usual, first inquires about the “Android 12 Experience”, especially notifications and quick settings, and the volume panel. Oddly enough, the company isn’t asking about other basic user interfaces / experience add-ons in this release, such as expanding the Material You theme and people’s thoughts on the new wallpaper and style app.
You’ll then be asked to “rate your satisfaction with each of the following experiences: stability, performance, battery, camera, Bluetooth, call quality, messaging, Wi-Fi connection, data connectivity, and app experience.
It follows whether you would recommend Beta 3 in its current state to friends and family, and how your response differs from the latest release. After two days of use, there was a noticeable upgrade in stability.
It then asks you about the “area with the biggest problem” and whether you reported the problem, as well as whether you would leave Android Beta because of it. Lastly, in the Android 12 Beta 3 survey, there is a field for “additional feedback about your experience”.
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