Google Pixel devices can now download Android 13 QPR2 Beta 3.1.

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As you can see, there’s nothing too bad about fixing bugs, but these fixes are good nonetheless. For those who are currently running the beta and want to update, you can go to the Settings menu, the System section and go to the system update area to start the update process. The update can be done over the air and is relatively fast, reaching around 21 MB. Once you sign up, you’ll be able to download the beta directly, making the process smooth and easy.

Regarding QPR2 Beta 3.1, as mentioned earlier, there are minor fixes, only two of which are mentioned in the release notes. The first was an issue with the system’s Bluetooth module, which “might have enabled write capacity beyond the limit due to memory corruption.” The second problem is to fix some Romanian translations that are missing from the system image.

Of course, if you want to download it manually, you can do that, but make sure to back up any important data you may have on your phone first. The current beta is compatible with Pixel 4a Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6 or Pixel 7 devices. With this latest release, we’re getting closer to a stable version that will available to all Pixel users with compatible devices in the near future. Of course, if you want to continue, you can always opt for the Android 14 developer preview.

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