Google rolls out February 2022 update to supported Pixel smartphones

Today, Google announced the February 2022 update for its supported Pixel smartphones. The software is live for the devices running the latest Android 12 OS. Check out the official details below.
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The February 2022 update is live globally for supported Pixel devices. Talking about the compatible phones, it covers Pixel 3a (XL) and onwards devices, including the Pixel 6 series. To install the fresh update, watch out for the following firmware versions for your respective smartphone.
Software versions
  • Pixel 3a (XL): SQ1A.220205.002
  • Pixel 4 (XL): SQ1A.220205.002
  • Pixel 4a: SQ1A.220205.002
  • Pixel 4a (5G): SQ1A.220205.002
  • Pixel 5: SQ1A.220205.002
  • Pixel 5a (5G): SQ1A.220205.002
  • Pixel 6: SQ1D.220205.003
  • Pixel 6 Pro: SQ1D.220205.003

Coming forth to changes, the build ensures the stability, safety, and security of your Pixel smartphone. In addition, the issues related to Bluetooth, camera, Keyboard, and connectivity will be resolved. Depending on your Pixel model, here’s what it will carry:


Framework (Pixel 3a and newer)

  • Fix for issue causing the keyboard to display over input text in certain conditions.

Telephony (select Pixel 4 models, Pixel 5)

  • Connectivity fixes for specific carrier networks.

Camera (Pixel 6, 6 Pro)

  • Fix for issue causing device reboot when using the camera in certain conditions.

Bluetooth (Pixel 6, 6 Pro)

  • Fix for issue causing audio playback to disconnect while using certain Bluetooth devices.
  • General improvements for Bluetooth audio quality with certain media codecs.

Some of you might have received the update already as it started rolling out on Monday. However, in case you haven’t, wait for the OTA to hit your device in the upcoming weeks.

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Shivani Sharma
Shivani Sharma
"Do anything, but let it produce joy" Tech freak, Android enthusiast, and a wanderer.


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