Android 13 QPR2 Beta Update Available With 5G and Bluetooth Fixes

Android 13 QPR2 Beta 2

On Friday, Google rolled out a fresh update for the Pixel smartphones that have signed up for the Android 13 beta. It is important to note that the QPR2 Beta 2.1 update is just under 9MB in size.

What’s more, the new QPR2 Beta 2.1 includes two bug fixes, according to the release notes. The first deals with a problem that prevents phones from automatically connecting to 5G networks. It can be aggravating because you’re not utilizing your network speeds to their best potential. On the other hand, it also fixes the encrypted Bluetooth connections. 

Moreover, with QPR2 Google will set the stage for the second Android 13 feature drop that is likely to take place in March. A 1080p mode for the Pixel 6 Pro, lock screen shortcuts, a temporary taskbar for devices with large screens, improvements to work profiles, and more have all been hinted at in previous betas.

Also Read: Apple To Use In-house microLED Screens On New Apple Watch Ultra.

QPR2 Beta 2 Update users have also noticed dual eSIM support

Some users with the QPR2 Beta 2 have noticed dual eSIM support. It appears as if Google is preparing support for dual eSIM support.  

Increasing eSIM support is always beneficial as we move closer to a world without SIM cards. However, despite the iPhone 14’s launch being months ago, numerous users point out that carriers continue to have issues with eSIM.

The Pixel 4a/5G and later smartphones are eligible for the most recent Android 13 beta. If you’ve signed up for the Android 13 beta, you can apply the update by going to Settings > System > System update.

Also Read: Apple M2 Pro, M2 Max MacBook Pro and Mac Mini Launched.


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