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Android 13 Beta 4.1 for Pixel fixes some bugs
- The latest version of the Android 13 beta for supported Pixel phones is now rolling out.
- Android 13 Beta 4.1 fixes a few connectivity bugs.
- The final version of the mobile OS is still due for launch sometime in August.
We are getting closer and closer to the final version of Android 13. Today, Google started rolling out Android 13 Beta 4.1 to the supported Pixel phones in its beta testing program. According to Droid Life, this is a pretty minor update as it fixes a few bugs that are related to connectivity issues. That includes solving problems with connecting apps to Bluetooth, fixing crashes when Pixels connect to certain Wi-Fi networks, and more. There are no new features mentioned in this update.
Read more: How to install the Android 13 beta
If your Pixel phone is already part of the Android 13 beta test, you should get this latest update soon via an over-the-air software rollout. Again, we are getting close to the final version of Google’s latest Android operating system, so it won’t be long before the final drop is released. That’s expected to happen sometime in August.