Google has released a new update to Android 13 Beta. The new patch will address several issues that have affected Pixel devices since the initial release of the Android 13 public beta. Here are the changes the update brings:
- Fixed an issue where typing in the search bar resulted in an empty suggestion list.
- Fixed an issue that caused devices to freeze and reboot when enabling remote hotspot.
- Fixed an issue that caused continuous dialing sound to be heard during a phone call in the background.
- We fixed an issue that caused devices to crash and restart after disconnecting from Android Auto.
This is an interim update. It does not fix the bugs from the May 11 Beta 2 build, except for those noted above. Although some publications report that the problem with the search bar has not disappeared after the release of the new patch.
Android 13 is currently in early beta testing and is still full of bugs and bugs. If you still want to take part in the test of the new OS, you can register here.