A new Android 13 beta version has been issued by Google. The new Android 13 Beta 2.1 patch should solve some of the difficulties impacting Pixel devices quickly after the original release of the Android 13 Public Beta, despite the fact that it's only a month away.
According to Google's release notes, the next Android version will include a number of fixes and enhancements that were previously mixed in with the Android 13 Beta 2 update on May 11th. A bug where typing in the search field resulted in a blank list of options has been fixed. The most recent version has resolved an issue that caused devices to crash and restart when using the hotspot.
Furthermore, if you were experiencing a difficulty with hearing a continuous call dialling sound in the background during a phone conversation, the latest version has now resolved the issue.
After disconnecting from Android Auto, devices will crash and restart. The Android 13 Beta 2.1 patch has corrected this issue. Furthermore, after entering in the search field, visitors will no longer be presented with a blank list of choices.
|Release date||May 26, 2022|
|Emulator support||x86 (64-bit), ARM (v8-A)|
|Security patch level||May 2022|
|Google Play services||22.14.13|
|API diff||API 32 → Beta 2, Beta 1 → Beta 2|
Except for the concerns stated above, this mid-cycle update has the same list of known defects as Beta 2 from May 11.
If the user is already on Android 13 Beta, the replacement will send an OTA notification to Pixel devices. If a user is currently enrolled in the Android 12 QPR (Quarterly Platform Release) Beta programme, they must opt out and re-register for the Android 13 Beta, keeping in mind that the Android 13 Beta is still in its early stages and may have several bugs.