Google has started rolling out the latest update to the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro after a . As you may recall, the company “paused” the release of the OTA following reports of the software causing calls to be dropped and disconnected. The problem was so severe that Google took the almost unprecedented step of removing associated factory images from its developer site for this update.
In December, the company said the software would eventually go into “. ” , it moved that schedule to today, January 14. “The update will roll out to all devices over the following week, but the exact timing may vary by carrier and country,” the company said. Up to this point, some airlines have announced that they will be rolling out the software from early next week. For example, the Canadian airline Fido The start of the introduction is planned for January 17th.
Now that the update is available, it includes all the fixes Google planned to release for December, plus more than a dozen new ones. Among other things, you will find a solution to an issue that caused the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro to lose a connection to a Wi-Fi network in certain situations. In addition, the update fixes a bug that caused the phones’ batteries to drain faster than expected.
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