We are closing in on what should be a pretty large update in March, but for now, the February Google Pixel update arrived for all of the continue to-supported Pixel phones from the Pixel 4a up via the new Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro.
This should generally be a bug fixer that has the latest Android stability patches. We also hope it means that T-Cellular Pixel phones will eventually get an update for the initially time in about 3 months. Don’t forget, we reported in January that there was a noted hold off for phones remaining made use of on T-Mobile (Google Fi way too) and that some Pixel gadgets had been however stuck on November’s update. We by no means did listen to back again from Google on what may possibly be leading to a delay, but will see what we can locate after once more if T-Cell clients are remaining ready.
- UPDATE: Pixel phones connecting to T-Mobile’s community are without a doubt finding an update. They are all acquiring their personal special builds which you can uncover under.
As of this second, Google has posted February manufacturing unit impression and OTA 13. data files for all of the active Pixel phones, which include the Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, Pixel 5, Pixel 5a, Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro, Pixel 6a, Pixel 7, and Pixel 7 Pro. If we really don’t see an update get there for a few times, we’ll be absolutely sure to let you know.
- Pixel 4a: TQ1A.230205.002
- Pixel 4a (5G): TQ1A.230205.002
- Pixel 5: TQ1A.230205.002
- Pixel 5a (5G): TQ1A.230205.002
- Pixel 6: TQ1A.230205.002
- Pixel 6 Pro: TQ1A.230205.002
- Pixel 6a: TQ1A.230205.002
- Pixel 7: TQ1A.230205.002
- Pixel 7 Pro: TQ1A.230205.002
- Pixel 4a: TQ1A.230205.001.B2
- Pixel 7: TQ1A.230205.001.A2
- Pixel 7 Pro: TQ1A.230205.001.A2
T-Cell, Google Fi (US)
- Pixel 4a (5G): TQ1A.230205.001.D2
- Pixel 5: TQ1A.230205.001.D2
- Pixel 5a (5G): TQ1A.230205.001.D2
- Pixel 6: TQ1A.230205.001.D2
- Pixel 6 Professional: TQ1A.230205.001.D2
- Pixel 6a: TQ1A.230205.001.D2
- Pixel 7: TQ1A.230205.001.D2
- Pixel 7 Professional: TQ1A.230205.001.D2
Google should begin pushing these updates soon over-the-air (Settings>System>System update), but if you do not want to wait around for Google and like to update manually, you will come across each manufacturing unit picture or OTA file at the links under. For guidelines on how to flash a manufacturing facility image, here you go. For guidance on how to flash an OTA .zip file, here you go.