Google has released a small update for the second beta version of its mobile operating system Android 13. Beta 2.1 is already available as an over-the-air update for Pixel smartphone users (Pixel 4 and smaller).
The second beta of Android 13 was more stable than the first, but still raw, so Google released Beta 2.1, which qualifies as a “minor update”. It fixes a number of annoying bugs that caused an unscheduled reboot of the smartphone.
Specifically, Android 13 Beta 2 is the case when you turn on a hotspot or disconnect your smartphone from Android Auto. So installing Beta 2.1 will definitely increase the stability of Android 13 as much as possible at this stage. In addition, integrated security updates of the operating system are integrated in Android 13 Beta 2.1. Source
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