Google released the new Android 13 update (beta version 2.1) today for Google Pixel phones, as it will address some of the issues that affected these devices after the initial release of the public beta version of Android 13.
Advantages of updating Android 13 beta version 2.1
Include notes Update The following new fixes:
- Fixed the empty list issue after typing in the search bar.
- Fix hardware crash and restart issue when hotspot is turned on.
- Fixed an issue where echoes could still be heard in the background while on a phone call.
- Fix hardware crash and restart after disconnecting from Android Auto.
If you are already using the beta version of Android 13, the update will automatically notify you via an OTA notification. If you are using the Android 12 QPR (Quarterly Platform Release) program, you will need to unsubscribe and re-enroll in the Android 13 beta.
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It’s worth noting that if you want to sign up, you won’t be able to go back to the public version without clearing the data in most cases.
It was mentioned in a previous report that Google had announced the addition of native support for braille displays in the third beta version of the Android 13 beta 3 operating system.
People who cannot use a screen (blind users) will be able to interact with a smartphone or computer without the need for an app, a virtual keyboard, and without voice commands.
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