Android 13: Time to get stable updates and new beta versions for Pixels

Accurate as always, in the past few hours, Google released the new November update – which arrives on the first Monday of the month – for all currently supported pixels. Remember, the list currently includes the Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a (Google’s premium compact), Pixel 7, and Pixel 7 Pro, so my Pixel 4 and 4 XL no longer support However, it looks like they could receive the latest update in the coming months.

As for the new software version, we point out that on almost all models it is indicated by initials TP1A.221 105.002while in the Pixel 7 (review) we find the build TD1A.221 105.001. Turning to the update news, there are several very important patches, especially regarding the latest top-of-the-range from Google.

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In fact, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro (our review) each received one The patch that should solve overheating problems Based on Excessive screen power consumptionin addition to doing The green flash disappears Occasionally it can happen from time to time and Photo app crash While using some editing functions.

Correction also for Series 6; In particular the bug has been fixed Increasing consumption in light of the presence of certain applications installed on smartphones. Google has also released other minor patches and the update appears to have a very low weight on many affected pixels, with many users reporting downloads of a few tens of megabytes.

The beta has also been updated

The stable channel is not the only one receiving updatesGoogle has also released a new design of QPR1 which will introduce the December Feature Drop. In this case, this is a minor update, as we go from the previous beta 3 to version Beta 3.1so without much punishment compared to the firmware released at the end of October.

new construction T1B3.221003.008 It brings with it several fixes, including one fix GPU Driver Patches To avoid sudden UI freezes present in the old update and many other small bugs that can negatively interfere with the user experience, including starting too slowly from Google Camera.

It probably won’t be the last beta before the official Feature Drop release in December, as another update is expected over the next few weeks, but the time for the final release of the software is getting closer and closer.

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