Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.1 has started rolling out for the Pixel devices as a significant bug fixer update. The firmware aims to improve the issues dropping the user experience. Alongside this, it looks after the system stability and efficiency of performance to maintain the reliability of devices.
Accordingly, Pixel phone holders who have already registered in the Android beta program, and still run the Android 13 QPR3 Beta builds will receive an OTA update related to the new version automatically.
It is worth mentioning that the latest beta firmware also brings the May 2023 security patch for Pixel devices. Although, models that rely upon the Verizon carrier such as Pixel 6, 6 Pro, and the 6a may get the April 2023 release with the T3B3.230413.006.A1 version.
Meanwhile, other Pixel device users can identify the Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.1 update accompanying May 2023 patch with the T3B3.230413.006. Make sure that you have sufficient room in your handset to install the new software package.
Speaking of the fixes, the update shows a list of enhanced points in the changelog. To begin with, the corresponding phone users will find improvements in the UI section, TalkBack feature, issues that were causing app crashes, problems in the camera, and battery draining. You can have a detailed view of these fixes below.
Android 13 QPR3 Beta 3.1 Changelog – Bug Fixes
- Fixed various stability issues (Issue #279246037, Issue #274339025, Issue #279301937)
- Fixed an issue that caused the first notification in the notification shade to get stuck with an offset (Issue #273870112)
- Fixed a memory leak that affected the system UI.
- Fixed an issue where the volume level that was set while TalkBack was enabled did not persist after toggling TalkBack off and on again.
- Fixed issues with the system UI that sometimes caused apps to crash.
- Fixed issues that could cause a device to crash when using the camera.
- Fixed issues that sometimes caused excessive power drain.