Apple just released iOS 9 public beta 2, the latest release for folks participating in the public beta of iOS 9. The software is available for testers who initially installed the first iOS 9 public beta on iPads, the iPod touch or an iPhone.

While Apple didn’t include a changelog in the prompt to download the latest release, MacRumors said the build is the same as the iOS 9 beta 4 release pushed by Apple on Tuesday, so expect Home Sharing for music to be supported in this release. You should also find the usual bug fixes and performance enhancements.

If you’re already a part of the public beta, you can install the update now by navigating to Settings > General > Software update.