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January OTA packs for Google Pixel 6 (“oropiole”) and Google Pixel 6 Pro (“raven”) are launched. The software update brings improvements from December and January that will help the Pixel 6 series smartphones run at full speed after a number of bugs and issues appear to be affecting functionality.
Google has announced that the January software update for Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is now available as Google Play Services website (12.0.0 (SQ1D.220105.007), January 2022 – factory images and full OTA images via specific device / image links below. Can be found in “Source”). Those who prefer to wait for the OTA package to arrive with the “Check for Updates” instruction can start receiving updates from Monday 17 January, according to a report from 9to5Google. The December and January patches have a comprehensive list of fixes for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, and the installation should help users overcome some of the serious dental problems they experience.
We’ve recently reported that Google’s flagship smartphones have been criticized for their bugs, including a scathing comment from tech blogger Marcus Brownlee, who claimed he would be back on his Galaxy S21 Ultra for now. However, it looks like it is ready to give Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro another chance as it is busy downloading software updates (215MB fixes in this particular case, probably from November). Google was heavily criticized when the December update appeared to leave many Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro phones with serious problems, such as signal reception problems. Also, many users have problems with battery drain in cellular network standby mode and slow fingerprint sensor.
Browsing through the list of updates (see the drop-down component “Changelog” below for a full list) can find many more for batteries and charging and network and telephony. One of these is “General Improvements for Network Connection Stability and Performance”, which will hopefully eliminate the two more serious problems mentioned above. Along with the “General Improvements” update for the fingerprint sensor, there are also improvements to the biometrics. While not every issue with the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro is likely to be fixed with this December / January OTA package, it seems that Google is at least addressing the growing complaints about new Pixel phones and activating something. About the situation.
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