Android 13 beta 3.2 goes live with some important bug fixes

Google has been painstakingly working to bring the Android 13 experience to everyone. The firm initially kicked off the first beta in April, two beta builds were released in May including a major Android 13 beta 2, and the third beta was released in the first week of June. And today, Google kicks off Android 13 beta 3.2 with some major fixes and improvements. Read along to know more details about the Android 13 beta 3.2 update.

The new incremental update is labeled with TPB3.220610.004 build number. Like previously released incremental updates, this one too is a small upgrade weighing only 277MB of download size. If your Google Pixel is running on the beta 3.1, then you’ll receive the new update over the air. It doesn’t bring any major change to the system compared to Beta 3 except for the minor fix.

Speaking about the fixes, then Google addresses back gestures not working in some apps issues, app crashing issues while opening, Google Photos app crash issues, at a glance collapse issue while scrolling, and microphone unexpectedly turned on or off during unrelated use of the device. Apart from that, you can also expect stability improvements across the system. Here’s the full list of fixes shared by Google. Known Issues remain the same as Android 13 Beta 3.

  • Fixed an issue where the back gesture wasn’t working in some apps.
  • Fixed an issue where the At a glance settings page would collapse inconsistently when scrolling.
  • Fixed an issue where some apps would crash instantly on opening.
  • Fixed an issue where the microphone would turn on and off unexpectedly during unrelated use of the device.
  • Fixed an issue where the Google Photos app would crash frequently.

For availability, the Beta 3.2 is available to all Pixel phones starting from Pixel 4. This includes Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 4, Pixel 4a (5G), Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, and Pixel 6 Pro.

If you have any of the above mentioned Pixel phones running on the Android 13 beta, then you will receive the Beta 3.2 update as OTA directly on your device. You can also check for the update manually by going to the Software Update section under Settings.

Yes, you can also install the OTA Image or Factory Image to update your Pixel phone to the latest Android 13 Beta 3.2 But for that, you need Android 13 Beta 3.2 files that you can download by going to this page.

You can also check out this guide to Installing Android 13 Beta using OTA Images and Factory Image.

Before updating your phone, make sure to take a backup of important data and also charge your phone to at least 50%.

After this beta 3 update, we can expect the next public beta in July which can be the last beta update before the Android 13 final stable release. We will share it with you if there is any update.

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