Last week, the first Android 13 security update started rolling out to supported Pixel devices, with the exception of the Google Pixel 6a. Google initially pointed out that the update for the Pixel 6a would be a bit delayed, but now the update is here and it’s rolling out to the Google Pixel 6a.
This is indeed the September security patch with build number TP1A.2209505. .A2. Last week’s update brought a fix for battery drain issues, a fix for a Bluetooth bug, and a fix for a notification bug. Google has also made some improvements to the performance and reliability of the in-display fingerprint scanner.
Late last week, Google also released the first QPR1 beta version for Android 13 on Pixel Improvements have also been seen on device and display scanners. Whether you use the QPR1 Beta or not, you will need to download this latest update, which will improve the experience of using the display scanner.