Pixel’s January patch brings spatial audio and other improvements

The first security patch of the year for the Pixel series is already hitting devices.

The Pixel 7 Pro, Pixel 6 and 6 Pro will receive firmware variants TQ1A.230105.002. The Pixel 7, 6a, Pixel 5, 5a, Pixel 4a and 4a 5G variant will receive firmware versions build TQ1A.230105.001.

At patch notes for the January update they are very brief, but it brings some news like the Spatial Audio with certain devices and accessories.

Google has also improved its biometric scanner, which should improve fingerprint recognition.

O bluetooth connectivity The Pixel also received some fixes as this patch includes a fix for certain headphones and accessories not receiving audio. There is also a fix for certain low power devices occasionally failing to pair or reconnect with the phone.

Another solved problem has to do with the photos taken with the pixel camera, that looked distorted or corrupted if enlarged. Google’s Pixel family will also benefit from a fix for an issue where the screen wouldn’t wake up and not show up when it was actually on.

It’s also worth mentioning that while the Pixel 4a has kept up with the others, this is the final year for security updates. Google Pixel 4a devices will not receive security patches after August 2023.

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