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Google Pixel series phones update to support VoLTE roaming

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Google last week released the June 2022 security patch software update, which applies to a variety of Pixel smartphones, from Pixel 3a to Pixel 6 Pro, and will update Android to all phones except the Pixel 3a and 3a XL. Security patch level extended to June 2022.

Google revealed that the June software update also enabled VoLTE roaming on these Pixel phones for US and global carriers, including the following devices:

  • Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL

  • Pixel 4, Pixel 4 XL

  • Pixel 4a

  • Pixel 4a (5G), Pixel 5

  • Pixel 5a (5G)

  • Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro

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The Deep News source has learned that in 2021, the US operator announced that it will phase out its 3G network. As a result, some devices that do not support Voice over LTE (VoLTE) or VoLTE roaming may not be able to use voice calling services, including making 911 calls or losing connectivity when 3G networks are turned off.

International customers roaming in the U.S. with devices that don’t support VoLTE roaming will also “lose connectivity and/or voice calling capabilities on the affected carrier networks in the U.S.,” Google said. So if you’re traveling to the US, it’s a good idea to bring a VoLTE-enabled device and check if your carrier supports VoLTE roaming.

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Google Pixel Watch live images and Strap leaked ahead of the launch [Gallery]

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Google is preparing to release the Google Pixel Watch, which will be available on October 6th alongside the Pixel 7 series. We already know about the Pixel Watch’s features, specifications, estimated price, and other details, but ahead of the launch, live images of the Google Pixel Watch have surfaced on the internet.

On the other hand, the Pixel Watch strap has also leaked on the internet, heightening interest in the Pixel Watch, and the wait is only two days long. According to a Reddit user who has posted a series of photos showing us the Google Pixel Watch in action, adding that it is thinner than he expected.

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Following the photos of the live smartwatch, here is its first unboxing, which reveals the contents of the sales package:

The price of the Active strap has been revealed:

Those who purchase the first Google smartwatch will be able to select from a variety of optional straps, and some interesting details about the one called Active have emerged in the last few hours.

The Droid-Life team was able to obtain two colors of this strap, Chalk, and Lemongrass, while also anticipating what the official price set by the Mountain View giant will be: whoever wants to purchase this accessory will have to be prepared to pay 49 dollars.

The measurements of the two available versions, Small (for wrists measuring 130 to 175 mm) and Large, can be found on the back of the package (for wrists from 165 to 210 mm).

Instructions on how to attach and detach the band from the watch are also included in the sales package, as is advice on how to clean the accessory.

According to the Droid-Life staff, the quality of the materials used by Google for these straps appears to be very high (enough to justify the price), while the removal and installation appear to be a little complicated, as there appears to be some sort of “strap safety button” that must be pressed before performing a sliding maneuver to detach or attach it.

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Google rolling out October 2022 security patches for Pixel Phones [Download Link]

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Google has begun to distribute the October 2022 security patch update for Pixel Phones. The most recent update includes numerous new enhancements to increase your experience. The update improves security on your Pixel devices and includes numerous fixes in the audio, user interface, connectivity, and other sections.

The new October security patches are now available via OTA and factory image for Google Pixel 4, Google Pixel 4 XL, Google Pixel 4a, Google Pixel 4a 5G, Google Pixel 5, Google Pixel 6, Google Pixel 6 Pro, and Google Pixel 6a smartphones.

What’s new for the Pixel Phones:

Among the notable innovations, among the numerous stability and performance enhancements and new security patches, we must highlight the introduction of some specific fixes aimed at improving specific parts of the system. The news concludes here, as it does every month, and can be found in the bulletins linked below:

Audio:

  • Fix for issues occasionally causing audible humming or noise artifacts during calls while using wired headsets *[1]
  • Fix for issue preventing device volume controls in media player notification from working under certain conditions

Connectivity:

  • Fix for issue causing launcher crash when connecting to VPN in certain conditions

User Interface:

  • Fix for issue causing compatibility issues with certain app widgets in Android 13
  • Fix for issue causing media player to display default icon for certain media apps
  • Fix for issue occasionally causing device crash when playing audio from local storage
  • Fix for issue occasionally causing empty Quick Settings tiles to display in the notification shade
  • Fix for issue occasionally causing the Work Profile toggle button to appear truncated in the app drawer

Wi-Fi:

  • Fix for issue occasionally preventing available Wi-Fi networks from displaying in the network selection menu in certain apps.

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The October 2022 security patch is now available for the devices listed below.

  • Pixel 6
  • Pixel 6 Pro
  • Pixel 6a
  • Pixel 5
  • Pixel 5a (5G)
  • Pixel 4
  • Pixel 4 XL
  • Pixel 4a
  • Pixel 4a (5G)

How to update?

The new security patches of October are available via OTA and in the form of a factory image for the supported smartphones of the Mountain View giant, that is, for all the models mentioned above.

Rest assured if the notification of the new update has not yet arrived on your Pixel smartphone because in the next few hours or at most within a couple of days the update will reach all compatible devices.

However, if you don’t want to wait, you can always proceed to install it manually using the factory image or the OTA package specific to your model. The files to download for any manual installation of the update are available from the links below.

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The final Android firmware update for Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel XL devices has rolled out

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Google usually releases monthly Android system updates for supported Pixel phones in the first week of every month. And this time the new Android firmware update is the first for Pixel 4 and newer devices.

Google has released a new update for its Pixel devices and the update has been released for the Google Pixel 4 to Pixel 6 series.

As promised, Google is rolling out the final update for the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL. But you don’t need to be worried that in the future Google will release some emergency update patches for these devices.

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What’s included

 

The October 2022 update includes bug fixes and improvements for Pixel users – see below for details.

 

Audio
  • Fix for issues occasionally causing audible humming or noise artifacts during calls while using wired headsets *[1]
  • Fix for issue preventing device volume controls in media player notification to work under certain conditions

 

Connectivity
  • Fix for issue causing launcher crash when connecting to VPN in certain conditions

 

User Interface
  • Fix for issue causing compatibility issues with certain app widgets in Android 13
  • Fix for issue causing media player to display default icon for certain media apps
  • Fix for issue occasionally causing device crash when playing audio from local storage
  • Fix for issue occasionally causing empty Quick Settings tiles to display in the notification shade
  • Fix for issue occasionally causing the Work Profile toggle button to appear truncated in the app drawer

 

Wi-Fi
  • Fix for issue occasionally preventing available Wi-Fi networks from displaying in the network selection menu in certain apps

 

Device Applicability
  •   Fixes are available for all supported Pixel devices unless otherwise indicated below.

 

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