Android 13 Beta 3.3 dispatched by Google carries more bug fixes

Android 13 Beta 3.3 dispatched by Google carries more bug fixes

As the month draws to a close, Google has released a third build for Android 13 Beta 3. Google had to release not one, not two, but three releases to address crucial changes for beta testers after this month’s beta build encountered enough problems.

The only purpose of Android 13 beta 3.3 is to address issues; it does not include any new features. Some of the issues fixed include a conflict between the launcher and the keyboard and another bug where actions like swiping “back” would cause the UI to crash, making for a less than ideal beta experience.

A fault that prevented Pixels from connecting to well-known Wi-Fi networks and another that led to the device freezing when plugged in and needing to be restarted were both fixed. Additionally, “Connectivity Thermal Power Management,” which was responsible for erratic performance and short battery life, has been improved.

Given that the June Beta 3 was supposed to establish “Platform Stability,” which wasn’t done straight away, there have been a lot of updates published this month. App developers are expected to begin concluding compatibility testing for apps, SDKs, and libraries with this release.

There is no set date for when the public versions will be released, although beta 4 is anticipated to come in July. Google Pixel smartphone owners can often anticipate receiving Android upgrades right before the launch of new models, which typically occurs in October.

The Beta 3.3 update for Pixel smartphones should be available now. If you’re using the beta, be sure to get the update so that these issues may be fixed.

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