Google released its latest beta for the recently launched Pixel 6a, it comes with a major bug fixed, and it’s in the final testing phase. Android 13 Beta 4.1 to the Google Pixel 6a has build number .A2. You will receive the update via OTA if you are already signed in via the Android Beta program.

Else, you can also sideload the Firmware on your device. However, sideloading must wipe your device data in case of a Factory image. Sideloading OTA doesn’t require brushing your device data.

What’s New comes with the Android 13 Beta 4.1

This comes with some visual changes and a July security patch. Android 13 doesn’t have a complete revamp; instead, it is a minor update focusing on the small group of elements and optimizing the software to improve performance and experience.

Google Pixel 6a picks up its first Android 13 beta

  • Fixed: Preventing app from enabling Blutooth.
  • Fixed: Unexpected crash and reboot while connection to certain Wi-Fi Network [1], [2], [3]
  • Fixed: Meet connectivity loose while driving.
  • Fixed: oIncorrect GPS Data interpret.

Download Android 13 Beta 4.1 for Google Pixel 6A

If you are unfamiliar with the manual update, we advise you to wait for the final release.

For Pixel 6a Android 13 Beta 4.1 — TPB4.220624.008.A2: Download OTA, Download Factory Image

We expect Android 13 to be launched by the end of September. Also, For the Public release, Pixel 6A is likely to be received by the end of this year. Google promised to update its smartphone for three significant updates, and most of the Google Pixel is eligible for Android 13.