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Google rolls out beta 4.1 to fix final bugs before final release

Google just rolled out a new beta version of its Android 13 operating system on its Pixel smartphones. Beta 4.1 brings several fixes, but no new features.

About two weeks after the launch of the latest beta 4, Google has finally launched a new intermediate version 4.1 that aims to fix certain bugs on pixel smartphones. No new features are planned, as the software achieved platform stability with the third beta rollout in June, meaning Google is currently only focusing on bug fixes.

As a reminder, Pixel smartphone users were able to: testing Android 13 since the release of the first public beta last April. After several months of successive updates, the new version of Google’s operating system should finally be available to everyone in a stable version within a few weeks. It is possible that Google will roll out the stable version by September 2022, just before the new Pixel 7 and 7 Pro arrive in October.

What will change in Android 13 beta 4.1?

In the patch notes, we discover that the previous betas of Android 13 still housed connectivity errors with Bluetooth or Wi-Fi, but also in the Meet video application and with GPS. Here is the detail of all the fixes brought by the update:

  • Fixed an issue where an app would not enable or disable Bluetooth if it did not have the BLUETOOTH_CONNECT permission, even if the app targeted an API level where this permission is not required.
  • Fixed issues that sometimes caused a device to crash and reboot when connecting to certain Wi-Fi networks.
  • Fixed an issue where the connection to an encounter could be interrupted while driving.
  • Fixed an issue where the system could misinterpret GPS data.

The build is currently in use as TPB4.220624.08, and the new OTA files are already available for the Pixel 4, Pixel 4a, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, and Pixel 6 series. We notice that the beta is oddly not available for the Pixel 6a, which was just released a few days ago. launched on the market. If you are in the Android Beta program, this update should appear on your device in a few days.

Brain Curry

Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.

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