August 12, 2022
Android 13 stable version likely to release in September: All the details

The stable version of Android 13 may be available for Pixel users in September. Google’s latest August 2022 Android 13 security update contains some clues to this. In the release note for the patch, the tech giant has mentioned that Android 13 will have a default security patch level of 2022-09-01. This suggests that we may see a stable version of the latest Android OS in September. According to Google, the August 2022 Android 13 security update also fixes security vulnerabilities. In July, Google released Android 13 beta 4.1 for the Pixel 4 series and later smartphones.

Android 13 security update in August 2022, official release notesGoogle states, “Android 13 devices with the 2022-09-01 or later security patch level are protected from these issues (Android 13, as released on AOSP, will have the default security patch level of 2022-09-01 ). This suggests that Google may be rolling out the stable version of Android 13 in September. The update is also said to bring fixes for known security vulnerabilities in Android 13. Google has yet to officially launch the stable version. But the release date has not been disclosed.

Android 13 beta was 4.1 free As a minor update to Beta 4 by the company on July 25. Android 13 was beta 4 free on 13 July. Beta 4.1 version is currently available to download Via Google’s website for Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, and Pixel 6a. Eligible users can enroll their phones in Google’s Android Beta for Pixel program to get the latest version.

According to the changelog for Android 13 beta 4.1, an issue that prevented an app from enabling and disabling Bluetooth if it did not have the required permission “even though the app was targeting an API level where the permission is not required.” ,” has been fixed.

Fixed an issue where smartphones were crashing or rebooting when connecting to certain Wi-Fi networks. In the latest beta version Google also fixed an issue where Meet connectivity could drop while driving, and another issue where GPS was being misinterpreted.

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