The first Monday of every month means one thing: a new version of Android from Google. Google has released the April update for the Pixel smartphones it still supports, and the latest Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are getting a monthly update at the same time as the other devices for the first time. The most recent Pixels will not be delayed any longer.
However, it’s possible that this is a good indication and that there will be fewer issues in future software releases for the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 ProPixel 6 Pro. You should apply this April update as soon as it appears on your phone since it fixes a number of high-risk security vulnerabilities. Since this is Google and Google likes to stage its rollouts to an excessive degree, it may take days or even weeks.
In addition to the security updates, Pixels will benefit from the new update. You should expect better wireless charging speed when using “certain accessories” (unnamed), as well as better front camera previews “in specific apps,” and a green screen that occurred in the camera preview has been removed. This only applies to the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
Rest of the enhancements apply to all Pixels that are still supported by the application. The following was corrected: When using Picture-in-Picture apps, the System UI crashes; When setting up a live wallpaper, an error message appears; When changing the wallpaper, the notification shade and Quick Settings become invisible; When cancelling a search in the app drawer, animations display incorrectly; When TalkBack is active, navigation in the overview screen is sometimes prevented; When TalkBack is active, navigation in the overview screen is sometimes prevented; When TalkBack is active, the notification shade and Quick Settings become invisible; When TalkBack is active, the
On Pixel 6 and Pro, the new build number is SP2A.220405.004; on other devices, it’s the same as SP2A.220405.003.