Google Releases Android 13 Beta 2.1

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Google is working on the next-generation Android operating system, dubbed Android 13, and has now released the first beta version of the operating system. After a few weeks, the firm has released yet another version of Android 13 Beta 2, which is now referred to as Android 13 Beta 2.1. The update is only accessible for the company’s devices, thus Google Pixel customers will be able to try out the current beta version.

The most recent beta release includes a fix for the problem where typing in the search field resulted in a blank list of options. The company is also working to resolve the issue of the device crashing and restarting when the user activates the Hotspot.

The issue of hearing the call dialling sound during a phone call has been resolved, as has the issue of the app crashing and restarting after being disconnected from Android Auto.

If you’re running the Android 13 beta, the update will come to you automatically via OTA.

The stable version of Android 13 is expected to be released in the third quarter of this year, and it might come as early as August or as late as September.

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