Google is particularly busy nowadays as the company is not only releasing security updates for Pixel phones, but it is also set to roll out a full-fledged Pixel Feature Drop landing. However, the excitement isn’t limited to Google’s smartphones; the firm also took some time to discuss upcoming Pixel Watch features. What’s more, a new Pixel Watch firmware update is also making its way to the smartwatch. It includes a number of bug patches is now making its way to the wearable.
The company claims to have fixed several issues with hands-free profile (HFP) calling as well as enhanced the feature. Google has also added a new setting that allows users to quickly engage or stop the battery saver.
Additionally, a watch face problem that occasionally caused complications to display inaccurate data has been resolved. Your watch face complications ought to be more dependable at this point. In addition, Google reports a remedy for a problem with Fitbit Exercise. Users reported that the exercise arrangement didn’t display correctly on the screen. If you use this service frequently, it ought to function more effectively than in the past.
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The new Pixel Watch update also brings the December Security patch
The watch now has a December 5, 2022 security patch level thanks to the OTA update. Google says the update should roll out over the next weeks to all supported Pixel Watch models running Wear OS 3.5.
You can manually check for it by going to the System updates section of the System menu in the Settings. Make sure your Pixel Watch is connected to Wi-Fi before installing the update. Plus, it should also have at least 50% battery.
The Pixel Watch has received new tiles for sunrise/sunset and favorite contacts, along with an updated Google Keep app, even if the OTA update doesn’t add any notable functionality. Moreover, Google released a new Fitbit Sleep Profile that syncs with the smartwatch to provide users with more sleep tracking data and advice on how to sleep better.
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