Google released Android 13 beta 3.1 for Pixel phones with bug fixes
Google lately kicked off the Android 13 beta 3 for the supported Pixel with a slew of new features, including a renewed focus on privacy and security. Now, the company has released minor bug fixes with the new Android 13 beta 3.1.
This update comes with firmware version number TPB3.220513.017.B1. The Pixel’s own Android 13 DP or Beta programs can easily recognize this minor update, and they will receive it via OTA (Over-The-Air).
What’s new in the Android 13 beta 3.1?
The Android 13 beta 3.1 version brings a fix about restoring the Android beta feedback application which was found missing in the last Android 13 beta 3. The build is said to be live for supported Pixel users who are running Android 13 beta.
Now, Android 13 has finally reached platform stability release. This PS will be the last test platform before the final push of the Android 13 stable update. Developers can now test their applications to ensure full functionality.
The most important app at the time of beta release is Android Beta Feedback as it’s the best way to file bugs, request features, and leave other feedback about the current beta or developer preview.
Users can download the Android 13 beta 3.1 build for the Pixel program via the OTA method. The OTA will arrive after enrolling in the beta program. Alternatively, the other method to install the beta version is to download the firmware and install it manually by flashing the system image.
The compatible smartphones for this Android 13 beta build are Pixel 4, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, and Pixel 6 Pro models.