Verizon is releasing a new software update for the Google Pixel and Pixel XL devices.
The software update was expected to arrive today and thankfully it is here. The update contains a whole bunch of fixes and the December security patch, but no extra goodies have been added apart from the double tap and lift-to wake feature, as reported by the users.
Here is the official changelog for the update:
Software Version: Build Number: NMF26O
Verizon Wireless is pleased to announce a new software update for your Pixel, a phone by Google.
This update fixes these issues:
- Customers couldn’t retrieve their Visual Voicemail messages and were getting an error 9999 in some areas.
- Voicemail icon notification was not displaying when a new voicemail message was received.
- Device stopped playing voicemail messages over Bluetooth® after the screen timed out.
- Device occasionally went to blue screen during an inbound call.
- Email font was too small.
- Text was garbled on the call screen/dialer and the text was corrupted on the Recent Calls and contact list screens.
This update improves:
- You can now choose Cellular or Wi-Fi as your preferred way of calling while roaming internationally.
- Latest Android™ security patches.
Before you download:
- Connect your device to a Wi-Fi network, or make sure it has a strong Verizon Wireless network connection.
- Ensure your battery is fully charged before starting the software update.
Do let us know your thoughts about the update in the comments below!