September 28, 2022
Android 13 Beta 2.1 starts rolling out to fix some bugs for Pixel owners

It’s been about two weeks since Google released Android 13 Beta 2, bringing with it a few new changes to the next major version of Android. Along with improving Material You theming and implementations for tablets, this update also opened the floodgates for OEM partners to jump on board. 

As is the case when it comes to beta software, Android 13 Beta 2 hasn’t been without its fair share of issues. Today, Google is rolling out a mid-cycle update with a focus on four key bugs that have been causing issues for users. According to the release notes, the following bugs should be fixed after the update is applied:

Because this is a mid-cycle update, you likely won’t find any major new features on your compatible device. Instead, Google goes so far as to state that “the known issues listed for the Beta 2 release still apply to Beta 2.1. 

Some of the bugs listed by Google are rather odd, as you would still hear a dialer tone even after a phone call was answered. Hopefully, these issues have actually been fixed, but the team at 9to5Google noticed that the blank list of suggestions still appears even after Beta 2.1 has been applied. Perhaps we’ll start to see some updates to Google’s various apps alongside today’s release. 

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