Google releases Android 13 update with fixes for a wide range of issues

What you need to know • Google has rolled out the August 2022 software update alongside the stable Android 13 release. Google yesterday pushed out the stable version of Android 13 to Pixel phones, along with a crazy number of bug fixes rolling out to those devices through the August 2022 software update. Some of the most notable fixes address connectivity issues. • The update fixes a bevy of bugs affecting the battery, camera, connectivity, Bluetooth, biometrics, display, sensors, and more. The bug fixes add to the many notable features introduced by Android 13, such as notification permissions, expanded Material You support, a redesigned media player, and improved privacy controls. The Google Pixel 6 series, in particular, was hit with widespread Wi-Fi connectivity issues that caused connections to randomly drop. Meanwhile, the Pixel 6a recently saw reliability issues with its fingerprint sensor, which recognized unregistered fingerprints. These include issues that caused Bluetooth audio to skip during device wake-up, incorrect current media playback status report, and choppy audio playback over Bluetooth LE. (Android Central). Continue reading.



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