Google is releasing Android 13 Beta 4 for Pixel as the final significant update prior to launch.

Google is releasing Android 13 Beta 4 as the final version for your testing and development after three unusual patches in recent weeks. The business said today that the official launch of Android 13 is just a few weeks away.

We are incredibly grateful to our developer community for shaping the Android 13 release. Thousands of bug reports and insights from you have helped us improve functionality, optimize APIs, address serious errors, and generally make the platform more user- and developer-friendly.

Following Platform Stability last month with API Level 33, Android 13 Beta 4 is a release candidate build for their final testing.

To guarantee that consumers who upgrade their devices around the time of the final release have a positive user experience, you should deliver suitable updates for your apps, SDKs, libraries, tools, and game engines as testing is complete. In order to find any potential problems, you can test your app while targeting the most recent API level and keep adding new functionality using new features and APIs.

The following problems, according to Google, have been fixed in Android 13 Beta 4:

Fixed a problem where some Bluetooth-paired devices could be seen to connect and disengage from the device quickly. On Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones, a bug that periodically caused the Google Camera app to crash, has been fixed. Fixed a problem where the system inaccurately listed Android 12 as the device’s Android version, even though the device had already been successfully upgraded to an Android 13 build, when a user checked for system updates by going to Settings andgt; System andgt; System update. A fix was also included in Beta 3.3. On Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro devices, the Now Playing page occasionally became stuck on downloading the song database. This issue has been fixed. Since Beta 3.2/3 at the end of last month, we have not yet discovered any modifications or additions.

On Pixel phones, the Android Beta Feedback app is available to report issues. The Android Beta community is on Reddit , and you may visit it via the app drawer or Quick Settings to report bugs in the Google issue tracker.

For the Pixel 4 (XL), Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, and Pixel 6 Pro, as well as on the Android Emulator, Android 13 Beta 4 system images is now available.

Of course, the majority of users will install Beta 4 (TPB4.220624.005) together with the July Android Beta Program website security patch. Those on Beta 3.3 can anticipate an OTA update soon. Here is our comprehensive guide on installing Android 13 if you need it.

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