On Wednesday afternoon, Google began rolling out its monthly security fix update. This month’s release marks the first update since the public version of Android 13 arrived for all supported Google Pixel phones.
The new update brings a number of fixes for the issues that came with the Android 13 update. The update addresses increased battery consumption caused by certain wallpapers and fixes the issue where wireless charging won’t activate under certain conditions.
It also provides a fix for the fingerprint reader, a Bluetooth connection bug that occasionally doesn’t allow some devices to connect, and a bug that caused some notifications to not display properly on the lock screen.
This important update was first rolled out to Pixel phones .
Pixel Phones Receiving the First Update of Android 13
- Pixel 4 (XL): TP1A.220905.004
- Pixel 4a: TP1A.220905.004
- Pixel 4a (5G): TP1A.220905.004
- Pixel 5: TP1A.220905.004
- Pixel 5a (5G): TP1A.220905.004
- Pixel 6: TP1A.220905.004
- Pixel 6 Pro: TP1A.220905.004
Google said the Pixel 6a will get the September update later this month