Google Intends to Release Pixel Phone Updates More Frequently

Pixel Phone Updates: The time it takes for Google to release Over-the-Air (OTA) upgrades for its Pixel handsets is expected to decrease. According to recent information, the corporation is striving to improve the update frequency for its Pixel products.

To speed up the upgrade process for Pixel owners, the search giant has contributed code fixes to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) Gerrit.

Google Pixel Phone Updates
Google Pixel Phone Updates

However, the patches only took about 10 minutes to install, which is about 43% faster than the typical time necessary to install a 2.2GB OTA update on a Pixel 6 Pro, according to Android Police analyst Mishaal Rahman.

The changes also cut the time it took to install a tiny 376MB update by 27%, from 22 minutes down to 16 minutes. In 2016, with Android Nougat, Google introduced Seamless Updates for Android.

The Google Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, and Google Nexus 6P are the first smartphones to implement this change. Over-the-air (OTA) updates are quietly installed in the background on Pixel phones while the device is idle.

This means that you can continue using the smartphone as normal until the installation is finished. After this, the update will be placed on the dormant partition, and the user will be prompted to reboot their phones. With Android 13, the firm has also decreased the amount of extra space required for Seamless Updates.

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