Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.2 Update Brings Bug Fixes

Google has released the Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.2 update to eligible Pixel devices, which brings a host of bug fixes. The latest release comes about two weeks after Beta 3.1 and fixes an input synchronization issue with the system UI that caused the Pixel devices to incorrectly read touch inputs or completely stop reading touch inputs sometimes. The company has also patched the issue of Wi-Fi calls disconnecting unexpectedly. Another bug that prevented the devices from detecting the SIM card during the setup process or even during regular usage has also been fixed. Additionally, Google has removed a bug that didn’t allow Pixels to register IMS over Wi-Fi after leaving LTE coverage and entering Wi-Fi coverage. Last but not least, Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.2 eliminates the reliability issue with cellular connectivity. Pixel users who have installed previous beta builds have been reporting a sudden drop in signal strength and internet speed. The latest update will patch this issue.

The Beta 3.1 update also patched several issues present in earlier Android 13 QPR3 releases. The stable build of Android 13 QPR3 will roll out next month as a new Feature Drop for Pixels, the third such quarterly release based on Android 13.

The Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.2 update is available to all eligible devices via an OTA (over the air) update within the next few days. Eligible devices include all models from Pixel 4a to Pixel 7 series running any earlier QPR3 beta build. The newly-launched Pixel 7a isn’t eligible. It arrived too late for the QPR3 beta. Google will push the next Feature Drop to it, though.


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