Android 13 Beta 3.3 comes with the new Android 13 easter egg

Update: Google has started rolling out the Android 13 Beta 3.3 with a bunch of bug fixes. The new update brings the new Android 13 easter egg.

The stable version of Android 13 is just around the corner. The new software package is currently being fine-tuned, eliminating any problems. The company released Beta 3.1 a few days after releasing Beta 3 on Wednesday, which included a critical bug repair. Google has now seeded one more hotfix update, i.e. Beta 3.2, ahead of the final Android 13 beta, which includes several key problem fixes.

Although the Beta 3.1 release was just over 6.3MB, Beta 3.2 is far more substantial at 275MB. According to the changelog related to this build, that is the case. The last beta version also resulted in the At a glance settings page collapsing when scrolling. Google has now solved the problem, which wasn’t occurring on a regular basis. Finally, Android 13 Beta 3.2 fixes an issue where the microphone would randomly turn on and off regardless of whether you were using it or not.

All of the bugs that were discovered in Beta 3 are still present in Beta 3.2, according to Google. The minor update between the two didn’t repair any problems but fixed a significant issue where the Android Beta Feedback app went missing for some users. For this reason, Google released the app with Android 13 Beta 3.1, as it is critical for reporting bugs and offering feedback.

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Android 13 Beta 3.2 Changelog

  • Fixed back gesture not working in some apps.
  • Fixed an issue where the “At a glance” settings page would collapse inconsistently when scrolling.
  • Fixed an issue where some apps would crash immediately when opened.
  • Fixed an issue where the microphone would turn on and off unexpectedly during use on an unrelated device.
  • Fixed a frequent crash of the Google Photos app.


Android 13 beta testers are the only ones eligible for the deployment. It’s being seeded over the air, so it’ll take some time for it to reach your smartphone or tablet. However, you can check for a new update via system update and download it.

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Dibyashree Sharma
Dibyashree Sharma
An NIT Rourkela Graduate in CS, Blogger, Android Geek, and a Tennis Fanatic. I have been writing about Android OS for Last 8 years.

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