Following that, Google has begun rolling out the latest updates for the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro. As you may know, the company “paused” the release of OTA after reports that the software caused the call to hang up and hang up. The problem was that Google made an unprecedented move to remove the factory image associated with the update from the developer’s website.
The company announced in December that the software will someday arrive at “”. , It pushed that timeline up on January 14th today. “Updates will be available on all devices the following week, but the exact timing may vary by carrier and country,” the company said. At that point, some carriers have said they will start pushing software early next week. For example, Canadian carrier Fido aims to launch on January 17th.
Updates are now available and include all the fixes we were planning to release in December, plus over 12 new fixes. Among other tweaks, you’ll find a fix for the issue that caused the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro to disconnect from your WiFi network in certain situations. In addition, this update addresses a bug that caused the phone to drain its battery faster than expected.
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https://www.engadget.com/google-pixel-6-pro-december-update-rolling-out-230425275.html?src=rss Google will start rolling out delayed updates for the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro in December