Google Android TV 13 First Beta Preview is Released


Google began beta testing of Android TV’s Android 13. As in previous years, developers with an ADT-3 development kit can download a system image.

The official did not announce the updated content of Android TV 13. The currently known improvements include picture-in-picture mode support for changing the aspect ratio and standby low-power mode, but these two improvements were not available in the first beta version.

Google has listed the known issues with the first beta preview of Android TV 13:

  • Playback on some apps does not work when a Bluetooth headset is connected.
  • In some cases, pressing the side button on the ADT-3 device will not activate Bluetooth device discovery. If the remote pairing is lost, this can be resolved by simulating remote input using ADB commands.
  • The remote buttons cannot be reconfigured using the remote and accessories menu.
  • The option to change HDMI-CEC control is currently missing from the remote control and accessories menu.
  • When casting to a 4K TV, only the top left quarter of the image is displayed.
  • In some cases, the remote does not work when an ADT-3 device is connected to an LG TV.
  • 4K playback has a grey screen and noise when using the Google Play Movies app.

For iOS devices, the Google Home app cannot connect to the ADT-3 device and requires the Google Home app on the Android device or the ADT-3 remote.

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