Google has released Android 13 beta version 2.1. This release does not add new features but fixes some bugs in Pixel smartphones.
It’s been two weeks since Google released Android13 Beta 2, bringing new features for the next major Android update. This follows an initial public beta that was released in April. This update not only improved Material You themes and implemented for tablets, but also allowed all smartphone manufacturers to make compatible devices.
This has resulted in a significant increase in the number of devices eligible for beta. Beta 2 brought many bugs and improvements. Pixel smartphones have been experiencing stability issues for several weeks, and this is exactly what the new 2.1 update aims to fix.
Android 13 beta 2.1 fixes for Pixels
Google has just released Android 13 Beta 2 2.1. This update includes a few bug fixes as well as stability improvements for Pixel smartphones. One solution should resolve the problem: Typing information in the search bar results is an empty list.
Another issue was that smartphones would experience a freeze-thaw cycle when they turned on the mobile hotspot . There were also two other issues: devices would reboot and freeze after disconnection of Android Auto, and another where an audible call could be heard in background while making a phone call. This update will be pushed OTA over-the-air to support Pixel devices (Pixel 4, 5, 5a and 6, as well as the 6 Pro series).
How to Get the Update
Go to Settings > System > Updates to see if the update has been installed on your device. Android 13 preview users will receive this update. The next+ update will be available in June. Google will release a new beta version 13 of Android 13. This new version will include a number of new features. This new version will likely change the look of the app search suggestions on Google’s Pixel launcher.