As the pages of Android Police recently explained, following the update to Android 13 it will not be possible to go back.
Phone updates can sometimes be unpleasant for users who find themselves seeing some news blocked or having to deal with others, and as for Android 13 those who have a Pixel 6, 6 Pro or 6a for sure. this could be a big problem, considering that as explained by Google once the new update has been made there will be no way to go back in any way.
As explained on the pages of Android Police in fact, a new warning signals everything, explaining that an update of the bootloader blocks in any way the possibility of returning to previous versions after proceeding with the Android 13 flash .
The company has not had the opportunity to explain the reasons behind a choice of this type, with the Android Flash Tool which instead underlines how the previous versions have a vulnerability that consequently forces to switch to Android 13, with any tampering that could create various damage and which led to the removal of the possibility of downgrade.
It’s certainly not nice to know that the company does not allow users to consciously take this risk, but at the moment there is not much that can be done about it.
- Google won’t let you downgrade your Pixel 6 or 6a from Android 13 – here’s why (Android Police)