After launching last month, the first update to Android 13 will roll out this September and address five issues with Pixel phones. Meanwhile, Pixel 6a update won’t arrive later this month
As the first update after launch, there are five improvements on Battery & Charging, Biometrics, Bluetooth, and User Interface.
One big issue being worked out is how Android 13 broke wireless charging for some devices, especially the Pixel 4. Google is also addressing battery drain issues related to the launcher and other apps. Bluetooth connection problem. Finally, notifications will no longer appear truncated on the lock screen.
Notably, the Pixel 6a’s first Android 13 update won’t arrive at the end of September, but it will bring “additional improvements” to the under-display fingerprint sensor (UDFPS).
Use the following device key to interpret the Android 13 Pixel changelog:
- * Available on Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL, Pixel 5, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro
- * Available on Pixel 6a
- Fixes an issue that sometimes caused more battery drain from certain launcher background activities
- Addresses an issue that prevents wireless charging from activating under certain conditions*
- Additional improvements to fingerprint recognition and response under certain conditions*
- Addresses an issue that sometimes prevents certain Bluetooth devices or accessories from connecting
- Fixes an issue that sometimes caused notifications to appear truncated on the lock screen
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