Google just released the March 2023 security patch update for the Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro and Pixel 6a. This update is now based on Android 13 QPR2 with Feature Drop included with the fixes for the modem vulnerability. As per the official details, the March 2023 patch for these three devices can identify with the build number TQ2A.230305.008.E1.
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According to the latest report, after a while, Google released the March 2023 security patch update for the Pixel Watch. The latest Patch update comes with the build number RWDA.230114.008.R1, for Japan and Taiwan, the build number is RWDA.230114.008.J2. You can check the complete changelog which is mentioned below.
Pixel Watch March 2023 Patch Release Notes:
- Digital Clock is now available with a button press when the device is powered down. The time will now appear upon crown push, alongside the red low battery indicator.
- In addition to enabling AOD in the settings on your watch or companion app, you can now turn AOD on by rotating the haptic crown, and the screen activates in AOD off and brightens the display in ambient mode.
- Optimizations have been added to improve the sensitivity of touchscreen behavior.
- Battery saver enable/disable single tap support in QSS has been fully enabled in this release.
- In the coming weeks, a fix will be rolled out via PlayStore to update the Clock app that addresses some alarms which have been having a delayed or false start.
- Ensure Auto-update apps are selected in Play Store > Settings on your watch and you will get this update once it’s available when your watch is on the charger and connected to Wi-Fi.
As highlighted in our March Feature Drop post, these features are now also available with this software update:
- Mono-audio which limits the disorientation of split-audio
- New color-correction and greyscale modes that better optimize the display for a wider range of vision preferences.
- Your Pixel Watch now has fall detection which can detect if you’ve taken a hard fall and connect you to emergency services. Once connected to emergency services, your Pixel Watch will play an automated message to request help wherever you are.