Google has released a new Android 13 beta update. Although there’s only half a month left, the new Android 13 beta 2.1 patch should fix some of the problems that Pixel devices were experiencing shortly after the initial release of the Android 13 public beta.
According to release notes By GoogleThe latest Android update will introduce a number of fixes and improvements that were previously mixed with the May 11 update Android 13 beta 2. Fixed an issue where typing in the search bar resulted in an empty list of suggestions. The latest update has fixed an issue where devices would crash and restart when turning on Hotspot.
Also, if you were facing the problem of hearing call dialing sound continuously in the background during phone calls, the new update has now taken care of that. The Android 13 beta 2.1 patch has also fixed an issue where the device would crash and restart after disconnecting from Android Auto. Also, users will not end up with a blank list of suggestions once they type in the search bar.
This mid-cycle update still includes the same list of known issues as Beta 2, released on May 11, except those mentioned above.
The replacement will notify regularly if the user is already on Android 13 beta Pixel equipment through OTA notification. If a user is in the Android 12 QPR (Quarterly Platform Release) beta program, he or she will need to opt-out and re-sign up for Android 13 beta, keeping in mind that Android 13 beta is still in early beta. And there can be many issues.