Android 13 is the latest version of the operating system for mobiles and tablets by the Mountain View company Google and the company is rolling out the update for many devices around the world. It seems that the smartphone brands have to adopt the new seamless update feature for the devices with Android 13, and they want to go with a seamless updates feature then they will not get the GMS (Google Mobile Services) licence.
It is reported that the Android 13’s virtual A/B mandate will bring Seamless Updates feature and a non-A/B mechanism, Android shuts down and boots into a dedicated recovery set up to install the update. On the other hand, the A/B format will offer OTA updates that are downloaded and applied in the background.
The seamless updates feature is also capable to pause or resume by the user according to their convenience. It will also enable you to go back to the previous version of the operating system as well.
It is sad to say that the leading smartphone brand Samsung is yet to adopt Seamless Updates to its smartphones. Google is yet to confirm the new seamless updates feature and if the same is going to be mandatory then Samsung has to implement the same.
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