Published: Wed, December 04, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Pixel 4 update fixes 7 different problems with Google's latest smartphone

Pixel 4 update fixes 7 different problems with Google's latest smartphone

The software and security update includes a number of fixes aimed directly at the Pixel 4, the newest member of Google's self-branded phone lineup. Timely updates are an issue with just about every Android device out there, but Pixels stand out as an exception to this rule.

Yesterday Google released the latest security update for its Pixel devices and it seems that is has not been without issue. The update, however, is the last security patch for original Pixel and Pixel XL phones. However, we now live in a world where the Samsung Galaxy S10, Note 10, and Note 9 have the December patch before Google's latest flagships.

Once it goes live, the update will arrive under 3 different build numbers that you will need to pay attention to depending on your carrier and if you plan to sideload: QQ1B.191205.011 (T-Mobile, Fi, EMEIA), QQ1C.191205.016.A1 (Japan & Taiwan), and QQ1B.191205.012.A1 (all other carriers).

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We'd be inclined to give Google a pass if this was the first time this had happened, but it's not. The update comes with several fixes and improvements across areas like performance, stability, camera, display and face unlock.

On November 4, Google launched the November 2019 patch into the wild. Finally, Google notices a & # 39; fix for Pixel Wallet display in the stream menu & # 39; on.

Here's our expert advice: Take a new phone off your wishlist, take advantage of Cyber Monday prices and buy it for yourself, and add something else to your list that you don't mind waiting for. Deal Stripe earns commissions from purchases made using the links provided.

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