Google has released a new Android 13 beta update, the new Android 13 Beta 2.1 patch should fix some of the issues plaguing Pixel devices shortly after the initial release of the Android 13 Public Beta.

According to the delivery notes by Google, the most recent Android update will present various fixes and upgrades, beforehand blending in the May 11 update for Android 13 Beta 2. Fixed an issue where composing in the pursuit bar brought about a clear rundown of ideas. The most recent update has fixed an issue where devices would crash and restart while turning on hotspot.

Moreover, if you were facing the problem of hearing a continuous call dialing sound could in the background during a phone call, the new update has now taken care of it. The Android 13 Beta 2.1 patch has also fixed the issue where devices would crash and restart after disconnecting from Android Auto. Moreover, the users will no more land on a blank list of suggestions after typing in the search bar.

This mid-cycle update actually incorporates similar rundown of referred to issues as Beta 2 delivered on May 11, with the exception of those referenced previously.

If the user is already on the Android 13 Beta, the replacement will routinely notify on Pixel devices through OTA notification. If a user is at the Android 12 QPR (Quarterly Platform Release) Beta program, they will need to opt-out and re-sign up for the Android 13 Beta, keeping in mind that the Android 13 Beta is still in early Beta and there may be a lot of issues.