We are currently in the Android13 beta, and we are all preparing for the final round. The third beta was released not too long ago but there were still some issues. To fix these issues, two additional updates were required. Google has released Android 13 beta version 3.3.3 to fix more bugs.
At this point, we shouldn’t expect any new features to be added to the beta program. It’s late in the game and most of the new features are already available. Google now focuses on final stability updates to finish the software.
Android 13 beta 3.3 is now available
While beta software can have bugs and hiccups, Android13 beta 3 is quite special. There are a few bugs in the software that can make it difficult to use. These bugs are so severe that beta 4 is not yet available.
However, the Wi-Fi bug is the most irritating bug in the software. Another Wi-Fi bug affects Pixel devices. This bug prevented the phones connecting to Wi-Fi networks. This is an issue because many people use Wi-Fi at home and public places to access their data.
A bug in the app drawer can also cause unusual behavior with your keyboard. The keyboard can be set to appear whenever the app drawer is opened. Close the drawer, then click on Open from Home to open an app. The keyboard will be visible above the app.
System crashes when using the back gesture, and the phone not responding to when it is plugged into the computer are two other bugs. These bugs will be fixed with the Android 13 beta3.3 upgrade.
Keep checking back for the most recent update
Users should receive the update soon. If you go to your settings, you should be able scan the update. Wait for the update to appear and then try again.