Google has started introducing the latest update for Pixel 6 and 6 Pro after a . As you may recall, the company “paused” the issuance of OTA after reports of software that caused a call termination and disconnection surfaced. The problem was such that Google took an almost unprecedented move to remove related factory images for that update from its developer website.
In December, the company said the software would arrive somewhere in the “. ” , moved that timeline to today, January 14th. “The update will be available for all devices over the next week, but the exact time may vary depending on your operator and country,” the company said. Until then, some operators have said they will start rolling out the software early next week. For example, the Canadian carrier Fido the goal is January 17 to begin the introduction.
Now that the update is available, it includes all the fixes Google planned to release in December along with more than a dozen new ones. Among other settings, you will find a solution to the problem that caused the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro to disconnect from the WiFi network in certain situations. In addition, the update addresses a bug that caused phones to drain batteries faster than expected.
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