Google search engine
HomeTechnologyGoogle releases January 2023 Android update for Pixel devices

Google releases January 2023 Android update for Pixel devices

Google has started releasing the January 2023 software update for compatible Pixel smartphones running Android 13. Pixel users will be notified once the OTA update is available for their phones.
“The rollout will continue over the next few weeks in phases depending on carrier and device,” reads the Google Support page. Google also suggests that users can also check their Android version and update it to receive the latest software.
Here’s what the update includes
The update adds support for static spatial audio, which provides surround sound for any connected headset. Another update will roll out to Pixel Buds Pro in the coming weeks that will enable spatial audio with head tracking.
Software versions
Pixel 4a: TQ1A.230105.001
Pixel 4a (5G): TQ1A.230105.001
Pixel 5: TQ1A.230105.001
Pixel 5a (5G): TQ1A.230105.001
Pixel 6: TQ1A.230105.002
Pixel 6 Pro: TQ1A.230105.002
Pixel 6a: TQ1A.230105.001.A2
Pixel 7: TQ1A.230105.001.A2
Pixel 7 Pro: TQ1A.230105.002
Pixel 4a: TQ1A.230105.001.B1
Telstra (AU)
Pixel 7: TQ1A.230105.001.A3
Pixel 7 Pro: TQ1A.230105.002.A1
What’s included
The January 2023 update includes bug fixes and improvements for Pixel users.Read on.
Add support for Spatial Audio with certain devices and accessories.
Additional improvements for fingerprint recognition and response in certain conditions.
Fix for issue occasionally preventing certain Bluetooth Low Energy devices or accessories from pairing or reconnecting.
Fix for issue preventing audio from playing over certain headphones or accessories while connected in certain conditions.
Fix for issue occasionally causing captured photos to appear corrupted or distorted while zoomed in.
Display and Graphics
Fix for issue occasionally preventing display from waking or appearing turned off while device is powered on.
User Interface
Fix for issue occasionally causing UI to display in landscape layout while device is held in portrait mode.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisment -
Google search engine

Most Popular

Recent Comments