Google pushes first Android 13 patch for Pixels with Bluetooth, battery, and UI fixes
On Wednesday afternoon, Google began rolling out its monthly security patch. This month’s release coincides with the first patch since the public build of Android 13 arrived for all supported Google Pixel phones. This update brings a bunch of fixes for issues that came with the Android 13 update.
Our September software update begins rolling out today to all supported Pixel devices running #Android13 and will continue over the next week. The updates include improvements to:
🔋Battery & charging
Learn more: https://t.co/AKJjt0ScUj
— Made By Google (@madebygoogle) September 6, 2022
The patch will address the increased battery drain caused by certain wallpapers, and it will fix an issue where wireless charging was not activating under some conditions. There’s also a fix for the fingerprint scanner, a Bluetooth connectivity bug that occasionally didn’t let some devices connect, and a fix for a bug that caused some notifications not to display properly on the lock screen.
This month’s update is now rolling out to Pixel 4 (4 XL), 4a, 4a (5G), Pixel 5, 5a, Pixel 6, and 6 Pro with the build number TP1A.220905.004. Google says the Pixel 6a will receive the September update later this month.