The public beta program of Android 13 is increasingly alive on Google’s smartphones, with the stable approaching for the update and at the same time with the problems of the current builds that need to be corrected.
In the last few hours, Google has released the Beta 4.1 of Android 13, this is a new intermediate update after those that characterized the Beta 3. Also in this case the update includes several fixes Android system:
- Fixed an issue that prevented an app from enabling or disabling Bluetooth if it didn’t have permissions that are implied in the API level it points to.
- Fixed issues that sometimes caused the device to crash and restart when connecting to certain Wi-Fi networks.
- Fixed an issue where Meet connectivity could drop while driving.
- Fixed an issue where the system could misinterpret GPS data.
The update has a weight of about 35 MB and is being distributed via OTA. The distribution of this new intermediate update confirms some of the problems inherent in the Beta 4 of Android 13 released a few weeks ago.
To join the beta program you can refer to dedicated page on the official Android sitefind below all compatible Pixels with the public beta of Android 13, along with download links to complete updating manually.