While there was a small OTA at the end of last month, the first big update for Android 10 is released today. October's October security patch announces eight "feature patches" for all Pixel phones, ranging from gestures navigation to Pixel booths.
All three generations of Pixel phones and the Pixel 3a receive "stability enhancements for gesture navigation". This should improve the new way of navigating in Android 10 by simply wiping on the bottom white strip. Despite the beta phase, errors in the stable version can be easily found, even if older navigation methods such as 2-button are used.
Other enhancements in this category include fixes for UI deprecation and Bootloop in certain devices Locale Modes and Missing Heads-Up Notifications. Some users report the latter problem. This Android 1
For Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL there is a correction for missing notifications in pixel-stand mode "as well as" Improvements in sensor calibration ".
The October security patch is released today and includes a number of security fixes, especially for the original pixels and pixels 2. Factory and OTA images are now available for this Android 10-pixel patch.
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