Updates Will Install Faster With Android 13


New rumors about Google’s new Android 13 version keep coming day by day. With the rumors of the changes to be made yesterday about Andorid 13, whose tests are also continuing, Android users managed to arouse curiosity. We mentioned yesterday that Google will support eSIM technology with which you can connect to two operators with the new Android version.

In addition to keeping up with new technologies, improvements are planned to be made in the update times of users’ phones with Andorid 13. So, what are these rumors about our devices getting faster updates, let’s take a look together.

The update installation, which was 2 minutes with Android 13, will decrease to 45 seconds


One of Google’s ongoing tests for Android 13 allegedly on updates. As in the news we mentioned yesterday, the information put forward by Mishaal Rahman, who has come to the agenda with these news, is that great improvements will be made in DSU and GSI systems with Android 13 . According to Rahman’s claims, a small memory increase (from 8KiB to 64KiB) will greatly speed up dynamic system setup times on both physical and virtual devices.

With this improvement in Android 13 , the installation time on physical devices has been changed from 2 minutes 2 seconds to 45 seconds ; installation time on virtual devices can be reduced from 4 5 seconds to 30 seconds . In addition, some changes are planned to be made on the update screen on Android devices. According to Rahman’s claims, a progress bar showing the stage of the installation will come instead of the ‘Loading’ text on the current update screen. There are claims that the other changes that will enter our lives with Android 13 are the support of ‘system_ext’ and product images. It is stated that these features are not currently available in the Developer Preview of Anroid 13 and are in the testing phase.

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