Google: Android 13 Beta 2.1 update is now available

Google released Android 13 Beta 2.1 on Thursday. The update comes less than a month after the release of Android 13 Beta 2and brings some bugfixes and some stability improvements.

Some of the bugfixes address issues such as an issue where typing in the search bar resulted in an empty list of suggestions and an issue where a device crashes and restarts when activating the hotspot. Other fixes include an issue where devices would crash and restart after disconnecting Android Auto and another where the dial-in sound could be heard in the background during a phone call.

The update is available for Pixel Phones back to Pixel 4.

Read more: How to Download Android 13 Beta 2 to Your Phone Right Now

Android 13 was announced in February and the OS has been in beta ever since. Google is expected to release Android 13 to the public this fall.

Android 13 is expected to bring more Material You customizations, increased tools for privacy and security, more RCS messaging support, a revamped Google Wallet, and better integration with Chromebooks, watches, TVs, cars and smart home devices.

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