Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority
- Google has launched Android 13 Beta 3.1.
- This is a point update on the newly launched Beta 3.
- The reason for the update is to fix a missing feedback app.
Earlier this week, Google launched the latest beta of its upcoming Android 13 software. Beta Work-in-Progress has brought the operating system to platform stability, a significant milestone.
However, release causes a problem. Some users have noticed that they have lost the Feedback app, which they will use to send notes to Google in case of any problems. Without it, Google will miss valuable information from Android 13 beta testers.
See also: When will Android 13 launch?
So, This new beta 3.1 release. This launch has a clear purpose: to bring the feedback app to a limited number of users who are missing it.
It seems that most users have lost the feedback app and joined the beta program. For example, you can have it even if you are in beta 3. However, if you have a feedback app, you don’t need to rush for this beta 3.1 update. If you do not have it, you should grab it as soon as possible so that you can send any of your valuable feedback to Google.
This officially brings the number of beta releases to five so far, with at least one more in July. We expect a stable version of Android 13 to launch sometime in August.