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Android 13 Beta 2 is released by Google for Pixel devices – Download Here

Android 13 Beta 2 is released by Google for Pixel devices – Download Here

What’s new in Beta 2

Android 13 Beta 2 includes the following new features and changes to try out:

• Predictive back gesture

Resource files for specifying supported app languages

• New permission to use exact alarms

Top resolved issues

The following issues have been resolved in Android 13 Beta 2:

Developer-reported issues

• Fixed an issue where some devices were unable to connect to the wireless carrier network after installing Android 13 Beta 1. (Issue #230538853)

• Fixed an issue where QR code scanning would sometimes not work when selected from the Quick Settings tile. (Issue #230513882) • Fixed an issue where Bluetooth headsets would sometimes fail to accept calls or play call audio. • Fixed an issue where in some cases the system would incorrectly display an empty notification group from an app.

• Fixed an issue where app icons would occasionally fail to appear after the user unlocked the device. (Issue #230851024)

Other resolved issues

• Fixed an issue where Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro devices would crash and reboot if more than 300 apps were installed.

• Fixed an issue where Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro devices would reboot constantly when Bluetooth was enabled.

• Fixed a regression in Android Keystore that caused some apps to crash on launch.

• Fixed an issue where long-pressing Bluetooth from the settings drawer caused the Ul to crash.

• Fixed an issue where devices would sometimes get stuck at the Google logo during startup after receiving an OTA update.

• Fixed an issue where suspending the device while a USB-C headset was plugged in would cause the device to crash and restart.

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Now Ota is also arriving for those who are in beta 1

 

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