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September 2023 Update for the Google Pixel Watch is Available



September 2023 Update for the Google Pixel Watch is Available

Google releases security updates every month for devices other than Pixel phones. Although it is not typically released simultaneously with Pixel phones, the Pixel Watch also receives a new build each month. The update has frequently been postponed by a few days or weeks. This time around, the same narrative is being repeated. The Pixel Watch patch was missing when the September 2023 update for compatible Pixel phones first began to trickle out at the beginning of the month. The newest security patch for Google’s wearable has officially begun to be distributed, almost two weeks into the month.

It’s interesting to note that while the smartwatch update is much broader, the September 2023 build was a Quarterly Feature Drop for Pixel phones, featuring several new features. According to Google’s release notes, it solely includes security patches; no further enhancements are included.

Google has not yet added information about the September 2023 fix to the Pixel Watch Security Bulletin. You’ll have a better understanding of all the security problems resolved in this release once that happens.

The business noted in its announcement that the OTA will go live in Canada on September 18 even if the rollout starts today. Since it is being released in stages, you might not get the update right away. But if you go to Settings > System > System updates and continuously press the “Your watch is up to date” screen, you may manually download the software. Make careful to charge the wearable before starting the installation because it won’t start otherwise.

Only a few days have passed since the companion Pixel Watch app saw a significant update when the wearable’s September 2023 firmware was released. Following installation of the latest release, your phone will urge you to “Sign in to Google and link your watch to access all settings.” On the companion app for the Pixel Watch, you have never had to log in with your Google account before.

The Pixel Watch update in October 2023 might be significant. With new features and improvements, like as a new watch face format that enables better designs and greater functionality, underlying performance and battery life optimizations, and possibly even Material You compatibility, it should bring Wear OS 4—based on Android 13—to the wearable. The leaked Pixel Watch 2 faces, which display dynamic theming, further support this. More crucially, Wear OS 4 will give the OS native functionality for backup and restore.

On October 4, at the company’s Made by Google event, Wear OS 4 should make its debut alongside the Google Pixel Watch 2 and Pixel 8 series. On the same day, eligible Pixel phones should also receive Android 14.

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