Fingerprint sensor “improvements” are coming with the September update for the Pixel 6a.

After being delayed at the beginning of this month, the Android 13 September update for the Pixel 6a is now rolling out with improvements to the under-display fingerprint sensor (UDFPS).

This month, there is a single global build, much like with the Pixel 4a to 6 Pro. Barely like other Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro updates last year, this first patch for Android 13 comes just a week after the update became accessible for all other supported phones.

Android 13 TP1A.220905.004.A2 Factory Image OTA Pixel 6a Google has also made the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro available on Verizon:

Android 13 TP1A.220905.004.A1 Factory Image OTA for the Pixel 6 Android 13 TP1A.220905.004.A1 Factory Image OTA on the Pixel 6 Pro The August security patch is still included in last week’s Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1 build for the Pixel 6a, but it has a number of bugs that make it difficult for customers to set up fingerprint unlock or unlock their smartphone.

This September update for the Pixel 6a offers more enhancements for fingerprint responsiveness and identification under specific circumstances. Other enhancements comprise:
Power Sources and Charging
Occasionally, a fix is needed for a problem that makes some launcher background tasks drain batteries more quickly. Bluetooth
Fix for problem that sporadically prevents certain Bluetooth devices or accessories from connecting

The problem that occasionally causes alerts to show up truncated on the lock screen has been fixed. FTC: We employ income-generating auto affiliate connections. MORE ON PIXEL 6A. More.

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