Google has begun testing Android 13 QPR2, the company’s second quarterly update for eligible Pixel phones. It will bring a new way to record content while recording a screen, as well as a temporary taskbar, Unicode 15 emoji, and more. The beta update is only available for Google Pixel phones – Pixel 7 and 7 Pro, Pixel 6, 6 Pro, 6a, Pixel 5, 5a, and Pixel 4a. The update is currently in beta testing and is being rolled out to select users who have signed up for the beta testing program.
According to report Android 13 QPR2 beta update from 9to5Google brings the latest version of Android 13 with bug fixes, new emoji and a new way to record screen content. It also comes with a temporary taskbar. There’s also a new Google Home icon below the device controls.
In addition, the tech giant is also testing a new screen recording method on the latest Android 13 QPR2 2 beta that will allow you to select one specific app to record instead of recording the entire screen. For now, the screen recording feature captures all visible content on the phone, including any incoming notifications, apps in the recent list, and more.
Google He speaks that Android 13 QPR2 is based on Android 13 QPR1 updates and the original version of Android 13. It also brought several fixes and stability and performance improvements. He also added a temporary taskbar in Android 13 QPR2 Beta 2.
The Android 13 QPR2 beta update is available for the Pixel 7. Pixel 7 Pro, Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, and Pixel 4a, as well as its 5G variant. The update only applies to users who have signed up for the Android beta program. They will be updated to version T2B2.221216.006, which includes bug fixes and new features.