Google has published a new Android 13 beta version. The new Android 13 Beta 2 patch (2.1 beta) is only half a year away and should resolve some issues with Pixel devices within the next month.
According to GSM Arena, Google has released the following fixes. This addresses an issue that caused a blank list of suggestions when you typed “search bar” in Google’s release notes. Devices would stop working after turning on the hotspot. A problem where continuous call dialling sounds could be heard during phone calls. Fixed an issue that caused devices to crash and restart when they were disconnected from Android Auto.
Except for the ones mentioned above, this mid-cycle update includes the same list known issues as Beta 2 on May 11. 9to5 Google reports that the search bar issue is still present despite the midcycle update.
The Android 13 Beta replacement will regularly notify you by OTA notification if your Android 13 Beta is already active. If you are on the Android 12 QPR Beta program, opt-out to re-sign-up for the Android 13 Beta. However, keep in mind that Android 13 Beta Beta is still early Beta and there could be many issues.