You can make your phone calls sound more meaningful on Pixel
When Google announced Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro Earlier this month, it revealed new features for Android 13, including Clear Calling. This option makes it easier to hear phone calls by reducing background noise and improving sound quality. Although Clear Calling was announced in association with the new Pixels, it didn’t make its way to Android 13 with its launch. But there is still a way to try Clear Calling for now.
As mentioned by Android PoliceClear Calling is available as part of Android 13 QPR1 beta 3, which means that to use it now, you’ll need to install the beta version on your Pixel 7 or Pixel 7 Pro. Installing beta software can be beneficial, because you get access to new features earlier than most people. However, these benefits come with risks: you are installing incomplete software on your device, which means that you may run into bugs and glitches that interfere with your daily phone use. If all goes truly Bad, you might lose the data on your Pixel phone. If you choose to deregister at any time, Android will erase your device.
If you really want to try Clear Calling and other new features in QPR1 beta, understand the risks before installing.
To install the trial version, you will need to register your Pixel in a file Android Beta for Pixel software. From there, sign in to your Google account, then choose your eligible Pixel phone. You will be asked to select the beta program to enroll in, and then accept the Terms of Service. Once registered, you will be able to install the trial version of Settings > System updates Like any other update.
With Android 13 QPR1 beta 3 or later on a Pixel 7 or 7 Pro, go to Settings > Sound and vibration > Clear connection. Click the toggle to enable the feature, and see if it helps with the quality of your phone calls. Since it’s still in beta, the feature might not work perfectly yet, but it’s live.
The Pixel 7 won’t be an exclusive for long, either. Google has announced that Clear Calling will be making its way to the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro as well, likely in the December Feature Drop.
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