The search engine giant Google is working on the next-generation Android operating system called the Android 13 and the company recently rolled out the first beta version of the Android 13 operating system. Now after a couple of weeks, the company has now released yet another version of the Android 13 Beta 2 and the same is now called the Android 13 Beta 2.1. The update is available for the smartphones of the company itself which means Google Pixel users can able to try the latest beta version.
The latest version of the beta update is coming with the solution for the issue where typing in the search bar resulted in a blank list of suggestions. The company is also solving the problem of crashing and restarting the device when the user turns on the Hotspot.
There was a problem of hearing call dialling sound during a phone call and the same is now solved and the company has also solved the problem of crashing and restarting after disconnecting from Android Auto.
If you are using the beta version of the Android 13 operating system then you will get the update automatically via OTA.
Google is believed to roll out the stable version of Android 13 in the third quarter of this year and the same could happen in the late days of August or in the early days of September.
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