Google Pixel is getting the Android 12 July security patch, and factory images and OTAs are live.

The July security patch is now available for Pixel (4/XL), 4a, 4a 5G, 5, 5a, 6, and 6 Pro) phones. This update, which should be the final for Android 12 before the release of the next major version of Google’s OS, is now rolling out to Pixel phones.

Android 12 July patch dated 2022-07-01 addresses 12 security concerns, while Android 12 Aa5 dated 2022-07-05 addresses 21. From high to critical vulnerabilities, there are.

Google reports that no significant security flaws impacting the Android platform have been publicly publicized without a security update or mitigation being made accessible for Android devices in the most recent Android Security and Privacy Year in Review. Additionally, compared to Q4 2017, there was an increase of 84% year over year in security fixes.

One more security fix is listed in the bulletin specifically for Google devices , while the only functional upgrade for the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro in EMEA/APAC markets adds more VoLTE calling features on selected networks.

In contrast to previous months, the Pixel 6 series now has three builds, with SQ3A.220705.003 serving as the international release.

Update: Although Google has provided the URLs below, trying to download any of the July builds results in a 404 response. Older downloads are still functional.

Update 2: As of 11:40 a.m. Pacific Time, all download URLs are operational.
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